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TEHRAN (FNA)- The information of the six Iranian nuclear scientists that have been assassinated in the last several years has been leaked by the International Atomic Energy Agency, IRGC Deputy Commander Brigadier General Rasoul Sanayee Rad said, adding that the IAEA is not trustworthy.”The reality is that the record we have from the IAEA in our mind … makes us feel lack of trust in the UN body; for example our martyred nuclear scientists were the outcome of the interviews which took place within the safeguards framework and then the terrorist groups were provided with information of these scientists which resulted in the martyrdom of some of our nuclear scientists,” Sanayee Rad said.
He pointed to the IAEA’s request to inspect Iran’s military sites, and said, “They say they will come for sampling and they will proceed with doing so without doing positioning the country’s sensitive military centers.”
But given their past record, Iran cannot trust them, he said.
In June 2012, Iran announced that its intelligence forces have identified and arrested all terrorist elements behind the assassination of the country’s nuclear scientists.
“All the elements involved in the assassinations of the country’s nuclear scientists have been identified and arrested,” Iran’s Intelligence Ministry announced in a statement in June 2012.
“A number of countries, whose territories and facilities had been misused by the Mossad-backed terrorist teams, have provided the Iranian officials with relevant information,” the statement added.
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday gave the United Nations’ refugee agency three months to relocate refugees from the Dadaab camp — the world’s largest — to Somalia, or “we shall relocate them ourselves.” “The way America changed after 9/11 is the way Kenya will change after Garissa,” Ruto said in Nyeri, according to a statement from his office. Al-Shabaab gunmen stormed Garissa University College in eastern Kenya this month, killing 147 people. Kenya’s government says that attack was masterminded by senior Al-Shabaab leader Mohamed Mohamud, whose “extensive terrorist network within Kenya” extends into the sprawling Dadaab complex, according to a Kenyan government document given to CNN.