Unknown opened fire in the Parliament of Iran

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Unknown opened fire in the building of the Iranian Parliament on Wednesday morning, June 7. About it reports Reuters with reference to local Agency Tasnim.

One person was killed. Injured at least three people. According to preliminary data, one of the wounded is a security guard. The aims and motives of the assailant is not reported. According to the source Reuters, currently, the security personnel inside and outside the Parliament, the shooting stopped.

Fars News reports that witnesses reported three of the attackers armed with assault rifles and a pistol. According to one of the deputies, the criminal is detained.