Iran hangs man convicted of spying for Israel

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 28, 2010 07:57

 
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TEHERAN — Iran's official news agency said authorities have hanged an Iranian man convicted of spying for Israel.

The report by IRNA identified the man as Ali Akbar Siadati and says he was hanged on Tuesday morning in Teheran's Evin prison. Earlier in the week, Iran's judiciary had announced that a spy for Israel would be executed soon.

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