The Revolutionary Guards' statement, posted on state media, said three people it described as terrorists were killed by Iranian security in a "firm and timely response".
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said in a statement that the terrorist team from inside Pakistan attacked the watchtower belonging to the Iranian Border Guard at 01:30 a.m. local time on Tuesday in the town of Mirjaveh in the southeastern province of Sistan-and-Baluchestan.
Backup troops were immediately sent in to help. The attack was repelled, and several terrorists were killed and injured. The terrorists wanted to capture the border post near the Pakistani territory, but faced stiff resistance by the border guards there.
Albania applauds European Union support for member talks
The EU is holding a special western Balkans summit in May in Sofia, although it will explicitly not discuss enlargement. As for Western Balkan countries, the report said that progress in Bosnia and Herzegovina a year ago was rather slow.
From 2005 to 2010, Sistan-Baluchistan suffered a prolonged insurgency by the Balochi-Sunni jihadist group Jundallah, meaning "soldiers of Allah", although violence was largely curbed after the killing of its leader in mid-2010.
Last April, 11 Iranian border guards were killed in an ambush near Mirjaveh, which was claimed by the so-called Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group. Rigi was executed after a few month court proceedings in Iran.
Gwadar Assistant Commissioner Jameel Ahmed told Dawn that Iranian officials handed over the two bodies as well as the five arrested men to the Levies authorities at the border. According to reports, the migrants were on their way to Iran via Gwadar when they were caught by the Irani forces.
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