refers to a series of tactical ballistic missiles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
My daughter complains she has never before been left alone in the house, as Scud
was always there to give her confidence.
Residents in Yemen's capital reported hearing a roar as what they said was a Scud
was launched from near the city.
To secure Israel's compliance, the United States offered Patriot anti-Scud
missiles to Israel and promised to destroy the Scud
missile launchers in western Iraq firing at Israel.
Houthi rebels late Monday said they had launched a Scud
missile at a military base located south of the capital, Riyadh.
The 11-metre-long Scud
missile which was fired by Houthis was targeting King Khaled Airbase, according to Houthi media sources.
Le ministre syrien de l'Information Omrane al-Zohbi a "nie l'utilisation par les forces syriennes de missiles Scud
dans les combats avec l'opposition armee", dans une interview avec l'antenne en langue arabe de la chaEne publique russe Russia Today.
It can travel about 125 miles, while the Scud
can go about 185 miles.
I can confirm that we have detected the launch of Scud
type missiles," he said.
After Saddam Hussein fired Scud
missiles at Israel during the Persian Gulf War, the United States reacted strongly, classing those weapons with Baghdad's chemical and biological arms when it sought a postwar arms-control regime.
BEIRUT (TAP) - NATO accused Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces of firing Scud
missiles that landed near the Turkish border, in explaining why it was sending anti-missile batteries and troops to the bloc's frontier.
Summary: Is Hezbollah set to acquire Scud
ballistic missiles as a consequence of the worsening security situation in Syria?