بمب 21 کیلو گرمی در جنوب شرقی ایران خنثی گردید

The outbreak of influenza A (H1N1) virus in Iran's southern province of Kerman has claimed the lives of at least 22 people, a provincial health official said on Sunday.
Dr. Nozar Nakhaei also called on the people in the province to care more about health issues, use facemasks and refuse to contact with affected people to prevent the spread the disease, IRNA reported.
Health officials also said that at least four people have died of the disease in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
H1N1 virus is the subtype of influenza A virus that was the most common cause of human influenza in 2009, and is associated with the 1918 outbreak known as the Spanish flu.
21kg bomb defused in SE Iran
Police announced on Sunday that disposal experts defused a bomb in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
Provincial Police Chief Brigadier Hossein Rahimi said that the 21kg bomb was unearthed near Iranshahr-Sarbaz Road, Tasnim News Agency reported.
He added that security forces were sent to the area after locals informed police about planting a booby trap along the road by "hostile groups".
Two students killed, 37 wounded in bus crash
At least two students were killed and 37 others wounded in a bus accident in central province of Isfahan on Sunday.
Provincial Traffic Police Chief Colonel Asghar Zare’ told IRNA that the bus carrying students of Najafabad Azad University turned over on a turn because of "the high speed of the vehicle and a slippery road condition".
Reports say over 100,000 people have been killed in road accidents across Iran over the past five years.
Over 550kg of narcotics seized in Karaj
Police seized over 550kg of narcotics in the city of Karaj, the police commander of Alborz Province announced on Sunday.
According to IRNA, Brigadier Bakhsh-Ali Kamrani told reporters that six people were arrested.
He added that police also confiscated three trucks from the smugglers.


دسته بندی: مکالمه آزاد | تاريخ انتشار : 1395/02/07 15:20 | بازدید : 364

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