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Iranian nuclear scientist 'killed by Mossad or the CIA'

Iranian nuclear scientist 'killed by Mossad or the CIA' 29 Nov 2010 A leading Iranian nuclear scientist was killed and a colleague injured in coordinated attacks blamed by the regime on the Israeli spy agency, Mossad, or the CIA. Men riding motorcycles stuck magnet-bombs on the two men's car windscreens, police said. The interior ministry blamed "agents of the global arrogance", a regular term for the United States. Iran's state media drew a link with a speech by the head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, last month in which he said "intelligence-led operations" had to be used to disrupt Iran's nuclear programme. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said: "One can undoubtedly see the hands of Israel and Western governments in the assassination." [One usually can.]