Baku, Azerbaijan, June 7
The number of people killed in gun and bomb attacks in Tehran on Wednesday has risen to thirteen, Iran's deputy interior minister was quoted as saying by state broadcaster IRIB.
Mohammad Hossein Zolfaghari said 43 were wounded.
Separate attacks shattered Tehran on June 7. As reports said, several armed people tried to break their way into the Parliament building.
Iran says all of six terrorists were Iranians.
The attackers managed to get inside the building and engaged in a shootout with the security forces. One terrorist committed suicide by blowing himself up. The latest reports indicate that all terrorists who took part in the siege of the parliament building have been killed.
Meanwhile, another attack took place at the Imam Khomeini Shrine, which involved armed terrorists, suicide bombers. The reports said Iran's security forces neutralized one terrorist, another one committed suicide. Several pilgrims have also been injured in the attack.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the terror attacks in Tehran. Twelve people and six terrorists were killed.
Senior politicians from various countries condemned the terrorist attacks in Tehran.
According to Reuters, US President Donald Trump said in a statement that he prayed for the victims of attacks claimed by Islamic State militants that killed at least 12 people in Tehran on Wednesday, but added that "states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote."