Report: Iranian intel minister resigns, possibly sacked

By REUTERS
April 17, 2011 19:29

 
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TEHRAN - Iran's intelligence minister resigned on Sunday, the official IRNA news agency reported, without giving any details.

"[Iranian] President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accepted Heydar Moslehi's resignation and appointed him as his adviser in charge of security matters," IRNA reported.

The semi-official Fars news agency quoted an unnamed source as saying the minister had been sacked.

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