The latest news and views about Iran’s Kerman province
A 30-year-old man who had killed 12 of his family members in the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman has been gunned down in a police operation intended to apprehend him.
Iran’s Judiciary Spokesman Masoud Setayeshi says authorities have so far arrested 35 people in connected with the January twin bombings that killed dozens in the southern Iranian city of Kerman.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry announced that 35 individuals have been captured across the country in connection with the terrorist attack in the southern city of Kerman. It also added the manhunt has expanded to foreign countries for the remaining elements.
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has stated that the culprits behind the recent deadly bomb attacks in the city of Kerman use terrorism as a tool to achieve their own goals.
Iranian news website blasts ex-president Ahmadinejad for ‘remaining tight-lipped’ over recent terror attack
An Iranian news website has, in an opinion piece, lashed out at former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for what it described as remaining disgracefully silent in the face of the recent terrorist attack in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman.
All terrorists involved in the recent terror attack in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman have been detained, the city's prosecutor Mehdi Bakhshi has announced.
The director general of the Education Department of Iran’s Kerman Province said 22 students were among the people killed by the Wednesday terrorist attack in the city of Kerman.
An Iranian newspaper has raised the possibility that the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan might be linked to the recent terrorist attack in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman which left scores of people dead and hundreds more wounded.
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry has announced the arrest of 11 individuals suspected of involvement in the recent deadly bomb attacks in the southeastern city of Kerman.
The number of the dead in the Wednesday terrorist blasts in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman has risen to 91 as two more people succumbed to their injuries.
The Iranian president has visited those wounded in the twin terror bombings in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman on Wednesday.
The Iranian foreign minister emphasized the necessity of cooperation among regional countries to combat and eradicate the ominous phenomenon of terrorism.
In order to pay tribute to over 80 people who lost their lives during a tragic terrorist incident in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman, the iconic Milad Tower in the Iranian capital Tehran dimed its lights on Thursday night.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stated that Israel desperately seeks to spread insecurity and instability to other parts of the region due to the failure to achieve its goals in the Gaza war.
The Iranian Army, in a statement, censured the twin explosions in the southeastern city of Kerman which killed dozens of innocent civilians, including women and children.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has announced that the recent "indiscriminate and spiteful" terrorist attack in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman was a failed attempt to induce insecurity and instability in the country.
People in the Iranian capital Tehran gathered in the early hours of Thursday to condemn terrorist blasts a day earlier in the southeastern city of Kerman that claimed scores of lives.
Iran’s interior minister has sought to assure that perpetrators of terrorist attacks in southeastern Iranian city of Kerman on Wednesday which left dozens killed and scores more injured will be caught by the country’s security forces and brought to justice, adding the “terrorists and their supporters should be afraid of the Iranian people’s anger.”
Iran's UN envoy has stressed the country will use all available mechanisms to ensure accountability for the perpetrators of fatal terror attacks that targeted the southwestern Iranian city of Kerman.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi, in reaction to the Wednesday’s terrorist attacks in the Iranian city of Kerman, said Iran’s enemies committed yet another inhumane crime by carrying out the bombings in Kerman.
Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi said the Islamic Republic will give a firm response to those behind the deadly bombings in Kerman.
Terror blasts have killed at least 103 people during a ceremony marking the martyrdom anniversary of General Qassem Soleimani in the southern Iranian city of Kerman.