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Iran Formally Accuses U.S. of Espionage

Iran's Foreing Minister Manouchehr Mottaki has sent a formal protest letter to the United States which accuses them of spying on "Iran's nuclear activities," according to the BBC.

"Seventy percent of the US intelligence report is true and positive and the remaining 30%, in which they claim that Iran had a nuclear weapon program before 2003, is wrong," Mottaki said (courtesy of the BBC).

The letter holds evidence that the United States used surveillence satellites and "other espionage operations," according Ynetnews.