Iran rejects as 'diabolical' WikiLeaks disclosures

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 26, 2010 16:44

TEHERAN — Iran on Tuesday rejected as "suspicious" and "diabolical" disclosures by WikiLeaks on its role in neighboring Iraq.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast charged in his weekly news briefing that the website revelations were politically motivated.

"There are serious doubts ... regarding the intentions and objectives of the disclosures," he said. "It has suspicious aims."

Mehmanparast said "the claims and accusations are unacceptable. This is a diabolical move."


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