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"Iran: We have
evidence U.S. killed nuclear scientist in Tehran"
Iranian state television said on Saturday that Iran had evidence
the United States was behind the latest assassination of one of
its nuclear scientists.
In the fifth attack of its kind in two years, a magnetic bomb
was attached to the door of 32-year-old Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan's
car during the Wednesday morning rush-hour in Tehran. His driver
was also killed.
The United States has denied involvement in the killing and
condemned it. Israel has declined to comment.
"We have reliable documents and evidence that this terrorist act
was planned, guided and supported by the CIA," the Iranian
foreign ministry said in a letter handed to the Swiss ambassador
in Tehran, state TV reported.
"The documents clearly show that this terrorist act was carried
out with the direct involvement of CIA-linked agents."
The Swiss Embassy has represented U.S. interests in Iran since
Iran and the U.S. cut diplomatic ties shortly after the 1979
State TV said a "letter of condemnation" had also been sent to
the British government, saying the killing of Iranian nuclear
scientists had "started exactly after the British official John
Sawers declared the beginning of intelligence operations against