A general view of a heavy water plant in Arak, 320 km south of Tehran, August 26, 2006. AFP PHOTO/ATTA KENARE
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Iran has sentenced to death a person found guilty of providing information to Israel to help it kill several senior nuclear scientists, Tehran's prosecutor said Tuesday.Dolatabadi did not identify the person, but Amnesty International said Monday that Ahmadreza Djalali, an Iranian doctor who studied and taught in Sweden, had been sentenced to death in Iran on espionage charges.Neither Iran nor Amnesty said when the verdict was issued.The United States has denied Iran's accusation that it was involved in the scientists' deaths, and Israel has a policy of not commenting on such allegations.
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