Iran test-fired more weapons on Thursday as it continued war games, ignoring global concern over its launch of a broadside of missiles in the midst of efforts to end the nuclear crisis. The weapons fired in the Gulf by the naval section of the Revolutionary Guards included shore-to-sea, surface-to-surface and sea-to-air missiles, state television said. No details were given on the names of the missiles. It said the war games also included the firing of the Hoot (Whale) torpedo that Iran unveiled in April 2006 and which it says is a super-fast weapon capable of hitting enemy submarines.