Chabahar Attack: Suicide Car Bomber Kills At Least 3
A suicide car bomber attacked police headquarters in the southeastern Iranian port city of Chabahar on Thursday, 6 December, killing at least three people and wounding several others, state TV reported.
Rahmdel Bameri, a provincial official, told state TV that a suicide attacker driving a vehicle loaded with explosives drove up to police headquarters. He said police officers blocked the vehicle and started firing at the driver, who then detonated his explosives.
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State TV also aired footage of smoke rising over the city.
Chabahar, near Iran's border with Pakistan on the Sea of Oman, is home to a new port recently built and is an economic free zone for the country.
While Iran still complies with the accord, President Donald Trump withdrew America over the deal in part due to Tehran's ballistic missile program, its "malign behavior" in the Mideast and its support of militant groups like Hezbollah.
While rate, Iran has been targeted in recent years by militant attacks.
Another coordinated June 7, 2017 Islamic State group assault on parliament and the shrine of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution, killed at least 18 people and wounded more than 50.
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