Firemen hose down burnt vehicles after a car bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. A car bomb killed one person in a parking lot across the road from the Iranian embassy in Baghdad on Monday, police said. (REUTERS/Ali Jasim)
Another bomb exploded at the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad earlier today.
Iranian News reported:
A relatively powerful bomb explosion across Iran’s Embassy in Baghdad on Monday left one person dead and four others injured.
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The bomb went off in a car stopped at a parking lot on the opposite side of Iran’s Embassy, damaging cars around it.
No damage was inflicted on the embassy building.
Two people were killed in February when a minibus packed with explosives blew up in front of the same embassy.
UPDATE: And, another car bomb blew up outside the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad on Monday afternoon!
Iranian News reported, “Thanks God, the staff of the embassy are safe and sound.”