World War 3 crisis: The fastest Topol missile was launched today from a submarine in the Barents Sea off the Russian coast. As a part of series of ballistic tests, another is followed by Topol from an island in the northwest of Russia with a warhead hitting a simulated target. And the third one, a nuclear-capable rocket was shot from a Pacific Fleet submarine in the Sea of Okhotsk, north of Japan.
This latest advancement by the Putin raises the fear of World war 3 among other nations.“Struck a simulated target on the firing range on the Kamchatka peninsula,” says, the country’s Defence Ministry said in a statement.The RS-12M Topol is a single-warhead intercontinental ballistic missile, which made its debut in 1985. With a maximum range of 10,000 km or 6,125 miles, the missile can carry a nuclear warhead with a yield up to 550 kilotons.
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