Investigators in India are looking for leads Monday afternoon after a car bomb attached to an Israeli diplomatic vehicle in Delhi injured four, and a similar bomb was defused in the Geogian capital of Tbilisi, according to the Associated Press.
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu was quick to blame Iran for the bombs, calling the country "the largest terror exporter in the world." Netanyahu also said he suspected the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah to be in connection with the attacks and others
The BBC reports that one of those seriously injured in the bombing was Tal Yehoshua-Koren, the wife of wife of a defense ministry official, who was in "critical but stable" condition following the blast, which happened just blocks from the Prime Minister's residence.
Iran, an ally of India and the catalyst for rising international tension, vehemently denied responsibility for the attacks.
This accusation is within the Zionist regime's psychological war against Iran," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ramin Mehmanparast told Iranian state media.