Iran is acting to destabilise the rebuilding effort in Iraq and is suspected of having a role in shootings and bombings there, Paul Bremer, the US administrator in Baghdad, said in a London-based newspaper. “Iran continues to meddle in various ways in Iraq’s internal affairs,” Bremer said in an interview with The Daily Telegraph. Iranian intelligence agents and government officials were giving “support for various people, some of whom have taken violent action against both Iraqis and against the coalition,” Bremer said. Asked whether Iranians were suspected of possible involvement in shootings and bomb attacks, Bremer replied: “There’s certainly some indication of that, yes.” Washington’s top administrator in Iraq also had strong words for the Syrian leadership. Full Story
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