QUETTA, Pakistan – Rail service between Iran and Pakistan has been suspended, The Associated Press reported.
Trains had been running between Zahedan, Iran, and Quetta. However, a series of rocket attacks and bombings led to the halt in service, the news agency reported.
The bi-weekly passenger service and the weekly freight service was the only rail service between the two counties. There have been five rocket attacks against the rail line over the past 10 days, according to The Associated Press.
No word on how long service might be halted.