Iran marks 35th anniversary of 1981 terrorist attack in Tehran

Iran marks the anniversary of 1981 terrorist attack in which top officials were killed in a powerful bomb explosion targeting the headquarters of the Islamic Republic Party in Tehran.

These are some of the headlines we are tracking for you in this edition of Press TV's Top 5:

  • Iran is marking the thirty fifth anniversary of a terrorist bomb attack in Tehran that killed dozens of top officials. 
  • Coordinated bomb explosions strike a village in eastern Lebanon near the border with Syria, leaving multiple casualties.
  • Anti-regime sentiment is on the rise in Bahrain, following the revocation of top Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim's citizenship.
  • Jordanian intelligence operatives have reportedly stolen weapons, bound for the so-called Syrian moderate opposition, and sold them to arms dealers.
  • Spain’s acting prime minister is hoping to form a new government within a month, following Sunday’s general elections which saw the ruling party win most seats.

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