Iran says 10 suspected killers linked to Mossad

TEHERAN, Iran — Iranian intelligence chief Heidar Moslehi on Tuesday revealed more details about the investigation into last year's killing of a nuclear physicist.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Moslehi claimed that more than 10 suspects had been arrested and all were members of networks linked to the Mossad.
Moslehi warned any nations cooperating with Israel in such plots that Iran would consider them "bases for terrorist jobs" and threats to the entire Middle East.