Former Israeli cabinet minister indicted on suspicion of spying for Iran, Gonen Segev, sits inside court in Jerusalem, Israel, Thursday July 5, 2018. (Ronen Zvulun/Pool via AP)
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Iran's intelligence minister has boasted on state television about his country's successful recruitment of a former Cabinet-level official from a "hostile" country, signaling Tehran's first acknowledgment of compromising an arrested Israeli official.In June, Israel imprisoned former government Minister Gonen Segev.Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi did not provide details of the "dozens of spies," or over what period they had been arrested in the interview televised late Tuesday.Alavi also spoke of the threat from Daesh (ISIS), which sees Iran as one of its main enemies in the region.
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