Police in Iran have arrested an Afghan national suspected of stabbing 10 people to death following a dispute over land, domestic media reported on August 8.
Rahman Jalali, deputy governor of Iran's southeastern Kerman Province, told state media that the unidentified man was arrested on suspicion of killing six Afghans and four Iranians in Rafsanjan on August 7 over “personal differences.”
Jalali said eight people were wounded in the attack.
The state broadcaster said the suspect was reportedly "mentally unstable."
Some reports suggested that the man had attempted to commit suicide before his arrest.
Iran has hosted millions of Afghan refugees for decades.