Iran has renewed missile attacks on northern Iraq, targeting the bases of exiled Iranian Kurdish opposition groups and killing at least one person, local Kurdish officials say.
Eight other people were wounded in Monday's strikes. The casualty number from Iran's attacks in the northern province of Sulimaniyah in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish-run region was expected to rise, said Saman Barzanji, the regional Kurdish health minister.
Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard confirmed the attack and said it had targeted the bases of "terrorist groups" by drones and missiles, according to Iran's official IRNA news agency.
A security official from the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran, one of the exiled groups targeted on Monday, confirmed they had suffered casualties but did not provide more details.
The party has waged an insurgency against the Iranian government since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Iran stepped up attacks targeting Kurdish opposition groups exiled in northern Iraq in September accusing them of orchestrating ongoing anti-government protests that have swept Iran over the past two months.
Those protests first focused on ending Iran's mandatory headscarf, or hijab, but have since transformed into calls to end the country's clerical rule.