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London, 29 Jul - Bahrain's top officials are accusing Iran of providing the weaponry used Tuesday during a deadly terror attack that killed two policeman in Sitra.

On Tuesday morning, two policeman were killed and a third officer severely injured when a bomb exploded outside of a girls’ school in Sitra, an island village in the country, almost exclusively populated by Shiites. Five others sustained light to medium injuries, according to reports.

The bomb blast created a giant hole in the wall of the school, a witness told Reuters.

Iran Focus

Berlin, 25 Jul - German's domestic intelligence service has published a new report in which it says that Iran's Intelligence Ministry is actively spying in Germany, targeting primarily supporters of its main opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), and the broader opposition coalition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

A Kurdish member of the Iraqi parliament claims there is a nearly 30,000 Iranian soldiers and military experts fighting against the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Iraq. Many of them are disguised as Iraqi Shiite militias. This can be seen as an invasion of Iran, more than just military assistance.

In the latest of a series of military scandals behind which is the hand of the clergy of Tehran, a secretive Iranian military unit has been smuggling weapons to extremist groups in the Middle East and North Africa according to Fox News.

This secret unity is called Unit 190, and is made up of 24 soldiers. The leader of the unit is 46-year-old Benham Shahariyari, who reportedly runs a network of front companies which skirt sanctions by smuggling RPG's, night-vision equipment and long-range rockets in powdered milk, cement and spare vehicle parts.

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