Pakistan's military says it has test-fired a newly developed short-range missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead.
A military statement says the "Hatf 9" missile was successfully launched from an undisclosed location on Tuesday.
It says the missile has a range of 60 kilometers (35 miles) and can carry nuclear warheads with high accuracy.
Pakistan routinely test-fires what it claims are indigenously developed short and long-range missiles capable of carrying the country's nuclear weapons.
The international community closely watches Pakistan's weapons program because the nation has fought three wars with its nuclear-armed neighbor, India, since 1947.