Iran Blames Pakistan for Revolutionary Guard Suicide Bomb
Iran's president has accused Pakistani agents of involvement in a suicide bombing in south-east Iran targeting a group of elite Revolutionary Guards.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on Pakistan to apprehend the attackers, whom Iranian officials suggested had arrived from Pakistan.
At least 35 people died in the attack, in south-eastern Sistan-Baluchistan, the BBC reported.
A Pakistani spokesman condemned the attack, which has been blamed on the Sunni resistance group, Jundullah.
The foreign office spokesman, Abdul Basit, also dismissed Iranian claims that Jundullah's leader was in Pakistan.
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