Huge numbers of black-clad mourners have turned out to pay their final respects to Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani ahead of his burial.
Iranians estimated in their millions have already turned out in recent days for his funeral procession.
His body has now arrived in his hometown of Kerman, where he is being buried on Tuesday morning.
Soleimani was assassinated in a US drone strike in Iraq on Friday, on the orders of President Donald Trump.
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The killing brought fears that long-standing tensions between the US and Iran could spiral into conflict.
Soleimani was widely considered the second most powerful man in the Iran behind Supreme Leader Khamenei. The US saw him as a terrorist.
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In Kerman, south-eastern Iran, vast numbers of people were again seen in the streets with Soleimani’s body due to be buried shortly.
“He was seen as a great man who was ready to serve his people… He must certainly be avenged,” an 18-year-old student who was there told the AFP news agency.