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Iran launched only one missile on Thursday, not a new full round of tests, a senior U.S. military source told CNN, citing the latest U.S. intelligence assessments.

Iranian media reported the government fired a series of missiles Thursday in a second day of long-range missile testing. American radar and satellite data do not back the claim, though it is possible Iran tested short-range missiles, according to the U.S. military official .

The United States believes Iran did fire seven missiles -- including one long-range Shahab-3 -- on Wednesday, as it claimed. The source said one missile failed to launch and the Iranians fired it the following day, U.S. intelligence suggests. Read full article »

CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr, CNN's Michal Zippori and journalist Shirzad Bozorgmehr contributed to this report.

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