KABUL (Pajhwok): Six afghan nationals and four Iranian have been killed as a result of a personal dispute in the Rafsanjan city of Kerman province, according to Iranian media on Monday.
Iranian State New Agency IRNA reported that Rafsanjan Police acknowledged the killing of 10 people motivated by the personal dispute.
Acting Police Chief Hussain Rezae said a foreign national from Afghanistan killed 10 people due to personal enmity in the Rafsanjan City.
He said six Afghans and four Iranians had been killed by a knife in the incident. The murderer had been arrested by police in the Anar area by police, he added.
Rahman Jalal, assistant governor of Kerman, said the incident happened as a result of personal enmity and had no connection with terrorism.