TEHRAN, Iran — The demise toll from a suicide bombing in Iran claimed by the Islamic State group has risen to at the least 91, state TV reported Saturday.
The TV quoted Babak Yektaparast, a spokesman for the nation’s emergency companies, as saying an 8-year boy and a 67-year-old man who had been wounded within the assault have now died.
Yektaparast added that there are 102 folks nonetheless being handled in hospitals, of whom 11 are in essential situation.
In Wednesday’s assault, one suicide bomber detonated his explosives, then one other attacked 20 minutes later as emergency employees and different folks tried to assist the wounded.
The assault happened in Kerman, about 820 kilometers (510 miles) southeast of the capital, Tehran. It focused a commemoration for Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani, killed in 2020 by a U.S. drone strike as he led its expeditionary Quds Pressure.
The intelligence ministry stated Friday that one of many two suicide bombers was a Tajik nationwide and 11 folks linked to the assault have been arrested.