12 people are dead and 42 injured in a attack Wednesday from a man wearing woman’s clothing at the Iran’s parliament.
ISIS claimed responsibility.
The lethal assaults, which killed at least 12 people and shocked the country, brought Iran’s wars in Iraq and Syria to its capital at a time when emboldened Sunni Arab states — led by Saudi Arabia and backed by U.S. President Donald Trump — harden their position on its Shiite leadership.
The attacks drew condemnations and condolences from the governments of Pakistan and from Iran’s close allies in the Russian and Syrian governments.
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