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A suicide bomber killed at least four people outside a police headquarters in the port city of Chabahar in restive southeastern Iran on Thursday, its governor said. Arab separatists and the Islamic State group both claimed the assault.
Chabahar's deputy for political and security affairs said two police officers, namely Dariush Ranjbar and Naser Darzadeh, were killed in the blast, and three others injured. He did not elaborate.
Images posted on Twitter purported to show thick smoke rising from the area. Reuters could not verify their authenticity.
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The suicide attacker, driving a vehicle loaded with explosives, drove up to the police headquarters, according to General Mohammad Pakpour of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Chabahar lies in Sistan-Balochistan province which has always been a flashpoint.
In September, gunmen dressed as soldiers attacked a military parade in Ahvaz, killing and injuring dozens.
State television broke into its regular broadcast to report the attack, as such assaults are rare in Iran.
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The Sunni militant group has carried out several attacks on Iranian security forces in Sistan-Baluchestan in the past, including an attack in 2017 that killed 10 border guards.
A general view of the scene of a vehicle bombing in front of a police station in the city of Chabahar, on December 06, 2018 in southern Iran.
Tehran accuses its Sunni-led regional rival Saudi Arabia and the United States of funding Sunni militants, a charge Riyadh and Washington deny.
Pakistan became the first country to condemn the terror attack, with its Foreign Ministry spokesman, Mohammad Faisal, calling for "concerted efforts" to uproot terrorism and prevent its spread.
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