Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi Thursday said that Iran has arrested those responsible for killing two nuclear scientists in Teheran on Monday, PressTV reported.
Speaking in a television interview, Moslehi said that Iranian intelligence agencies have uncovered a wide network of intelligence agencies operating against Iran, according to the report.RELATED:Iran blames ‘Zionist regime’ for killing top nuke scientistSalehi: Iran increasing security for scientists and experts'West is assassinating scientists as negotiation strategy'
Moslehi announced that, "with the arrest of these people, we have found
new clues to arrest other elements," PressTV reported. He alleged, "The
three spy agencies of Mossad, CIA and MI6 played a role in these
Separate but identical bomb attacks killed two prominent Iranian nuclear scientists in Teheran on Monday.
Iranian state television said attackers riding on motorcycles attached
bombs to the car windows of the scientists as they were driving to their
One bomb killed Majid Shahriari, a member of the nuclear engineering faculty at the Tehran University, and wounded his wife.
The second blast killed nuclear physicist Fereidoun Abbasi.
At a press conference on Tuesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
said, “Undoubtedly, the hand of the Zionist regime and Western
governments is involved in the assassination."
Associated Press contributed to this report.
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