Two explosions occurred in the tomb of Qasem Soleimani, marking the fourth anniversary of his assassination.

The explosions occurred in Kerman, Iran, near the burial site of Soleimani, who was assassinated by a US drone attack.

The cause of the explosions was not immediately clear, but authorities attribute it to a "terrorist attack."

The explosions were triggered by two briefcase containing explosive positioned at the cemetery entrance and detonated using remote control.

There were 103 fatalities and 141 injuries as a result of the explosions, with some of the victims being in critical condition.

The explosions occurred at a distance of 700 meters from Soleimani burial site, indicating that the explosive devices bypassed security checkpoints.

Interior Minister, Ahmad Vahidi, states that the majority of casualties were caused by the second explosion.

Gholam Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, the head of Iran's judiciary, has given his word that those responsible will be held accountable and punished.