The missing Iranian nuclear scientist who keeps on turning up

The riddle of Iranian nuclear physicist  Shahram Amiri, who disappeared in June 2009 while on a pilgrimage to Mecca, was never solved – even when he turned up in Washington and flew home to Tehran on July 14.  The glimpses into his story DEBKA-Net-Weekly provided Friday in its latest issue fit a Cold War espionage scenario much more closely than this week's US-Russian spy swap in Vienna, because it brought the undercover war between the American CIA and the Iranian MOIS to a new climax.

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