Sound bomb goes off in southeastern Iran; no major damage: Official

Zahedan, Aug 10, IRNA – An acoustic device went off on Friday morning in southeastern Iran, breaking windows of a few nearby buildings, a local official said.

Confirming the news of the sound bomb, Zahedan's Governor Darvish Naroui told Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) that there has been no report of casualties following the explosion in the provincial city of Saravan.

Security forces and police rushed to the site of the explosion, he said, adding that the incident is currently under investigation.

Saravan, bordering Pakistan, is 347 kilometers from Sistan-Baluchestan provincial capital Zahedan.

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