A pair of suicide bomb blasts outside a mosque in Iran killed at least 30 people and wounded more than 100 on Wednesday during a Shi'ite mourning ceremony, local media reported. Al Arabiya television reported that Jundollah, a Sunni Muslim rebel group, had claimed responsibility for the attack outside the Imam Hussein Mosque in the southeastern city of Chabahar, near Iran's border with Pakistan and Afghanistan. The report could not be confirmed independently. "Terrorists carried out two suicide bombings among Shi'ite mourners in front of a mosque in the town of Chabahar," deputy Interior Minister Ali Abdollahi told Iranian radio. Iran has faced a string of blasts in past months, including two in June that killed 27 people in the same province. Jundollah had also claimed responsibility for that attack.