Customs at Frankfurt airport found a delivery of Siemens AG equipment that was headed to Iran, German weekly Der Spiegel reported on Saturday night.

The switches, components and computer modules, manufactured by the German engineering giant, were allegedly headed for Moscow in June, and from there would be sent to the nuclear reactor at Bushehr, despite EU sanctions on Iran.

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German customs told Der Spiegel that since late 2009, about half a dozen deliveries to Iran were caught leaving Frankfurt, from three German companies other than Siemens.

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