Two Irani Officers Killed on Pak-Iran Border
Two Irani signal officers working for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) have been killed by terrorists near the southeastern border with Pakistan, reports reached late Thursday.
The Governor of Mehristan, Rashid Parsayi, confirmed on thursday that the two officers were returning from work in the mountainous areas of the Mehristan, a city located at the southern extreme of the province of Sistan-Balochistan, when gunmen killed ambushed them.
Mehristan also known as Zaboli is located 335 kilometers south of provincial capital city of Zahedan.
The two slain officers have been identified as Morteza Mohammad-Baqeri and Mohammad Mohammadi Soleimani. The pair worked at the telecommunications unit of IRGC in the neighboring Kerman province.
Terrorists earlier this week on Monday killed eight border guards in the southeastern town of Negur before entering Pakistan borders to escape the on-slaught by Counter-terrorism Force of Iran currently running an operation in the region.
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