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Iran, Argentina Trade Charges on '94 Attack

Argentina and Iran exchanged heated charges today after a Buenos Aires judge issued arrest warrants for four Iranian diplomats accused of organizing a 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center here in which 85 people were killed. The warrants are part of a 400-page indictment handed down Saturday by Judge Juan Jose Galeano, who found sufficient evidence for criminal charges against the senior Iranian officials. The order represents the first formal accusations that Iran had a role in the anti-Semitic attacks. “As we have already said, Iran had no role in the Argentine incident, and so far no evidence had been provided for Iran’s involvement,” Hamid Reza Asefi, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said at a news conference in Tehran. Full Story

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