Iranian women carry their babies during a mourning ceremony to commemorate Hazrat Ali-Asghar, the newborn son of Imam Hussein, at the Imam Khomeini mosque in Tehran October 16, 2015. (REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/TIMA)
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Two Iranians were killed late Friday in a shooting attack on Shiite worshipers marking Ashura, one of the holiest commemorations of the faith, the official IRNA news agency reported.The southwestern province, which borders Iraq, has a significant ethnic Arab community, some of it Sunni, and has seen a number of armed attacks in recent years, according to Iranian media.On Friday evening, five people were killed in a shooting attack claimed by militants linked to the Islamic State group against Shiite worshipers in Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia, Iran's regional rival.
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