UN regulations state that Iraq’s missiles may not have a range of more than 150 km (93 miles). It is thought by the United States that Iraq still possesses “a few dozen” SCUD variant ballistic missiles. These missiles have ranges of 650-900 km (404-559 miles). UNMOVIC has reported the importing of 380 SA-2 rocket engines that Powell says could extend the range of Iraq’s missiles to 1,200 km (746 miles).
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