Iran neutralizes "terror" group

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Baku, Azerbaijan, April 7

By Dalga Khatinoglu - Trend:

Iran neutralized "a terror group" with a name said to link to foreigners' spying services on April 7.

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) released a report on its official website saying that the group members were arrested in Khuzistan Province, without mentioning any number or name.

The report also hasn't given further information about the nationalities of "foreigners spying services".

However, IRGC said that this group planned to carry out a bomb attack and commit sabotage in some sensitive entities as well as spreading panic and terror among citizens.

The report went on saying that the group members entered into the country by getting the help of foreign intelligent services.

"They had some explosive cargo ready to operate, sticky bombs, roadside bombs, as well as telecommunication equipments for encoding in the Internet", the report said.

IRGC didn't mention the date of neutralizing this group, but said that the members had admitted to being in connection with foreign intelligence services.

Iran's Khuzestan Province is located in the south eastern part of the country, bordering with Basra, Iraq and most of inhabitants are Arab minorities.

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