In Iran, the Leftist Mujahedin Guerrilla Movement has denied responsibility for a car bomb that killed 20 people on September 6.
SV AND PAN Night scenes of damage caused by car bomb (2 shots)
SV Wreckage of car (2 shots)
SV AND PAN Wreckage of bus (2 shots)
CUs Shoe and baby's bottle, pool of blood (3 shots)
SVs Damaged motorbikes, pools of blood on stairs
SV AND PAN Security guard, PAN TO Wreckage caused by bomb
SV, PULL BACK TO GV, PAN Scene of damage buildings along street
SVs AND PANS Workmen in hole, views of damaged vehicles (2 shots)
SV AND CUs Bomb victims in hospital beds (4 shots)
SV AND PAN Dead victims of bombing
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Background: In Iran, the Leftist Mujahedin Guerrilla Movement has denied responsibility for a car bomb that killed 20 people on September 6. The bomb exploded in a busy central Teheran street, near the city's bazaar. More than 100 people were injured in the blast. Among the dead were a pregnant woman and a child. The car had been left at the entrance to the Industry Ministry's parking area. The force of the explosion damaged windows in a number of nearby buildings where Iranian Ministers are located. The country's National News Agency, IRNA, said the attack was the work of the Mujahedin, an underground resistance group fighting to overthrow the Islamic Government of Ayatollah Ruhulllah Khomeini. The Mujahedin however allege the Government planted the bomb to discredit the left.