Bomb attack wounds 4 Iranian soldiers in Sistan-Balochistan

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Four Iranian police officers were injured in Zahedan on Wednesday.

According to details, four Iranian policemen were wounded after a bomb exploded along a street inside the city of Iran’s southeastern region.

According to the announcement statement released by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) headquarters in southeastern Iran saying that the explosion occurred in the Zibshahar district of Zahedan, which is located in the centre of the Sistan-Balochistan.

The deputy police chief of the region for security affairs said that the police received a false report after midnight regarding an incident in an area inside Zahedan, adding that the police car had been sent to the location, which was targeted by the bomb.

In the past such attacks were carried out by the ‘religious extremists’ or Anti-Iranian Baloch groups operate in the areas, but claims for this attack has not been claimed by any armed group yet.


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