One Missile Too Many

It was the shot that captured the imaginations of picture editors all over the world. It provided a bold picture lead for the Los Angeles Times, the Financial Times, the Chicago Tribune and a host of leading news Web sites across the world. It showed four Iranian missiles hurtling into the sky above the desert. It proved irresistible. The problem is, according to people who know about this sort of thing, is that there should be only three missiles. An expert in digital picture editing...Full Story
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