Report: Group attacks Saudi Airlines Tehran office over Saudi peace plan

Iran's state-run newspaper says a militant group has attacked the office of Saudi Arabia's state-owned airline in Teheran over a Saudi-backed peace initiative with Israel. Iran newspaper says the group - identified as Ikhwan al-Radwan, or Brothers of Heaven in Arabic - attacked the Saudi Airlines office with several Molotov cocktails Wednesday, causing minor damage to the building. Saturday's newspaper report quotes a statement by the group saying the reason for the attack was Saudi Arabia's support for an Arab peace initiative.