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Israeli minister accuses Iran of Argentina terror attacks

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 Israel's agricultural minister is accusing Iran of orchestrating two terrorist attacks in Argentina in the 1990s and urging the world not to negotiate with the Middle Eastern country on the future of its nuclear program.

   During a Thursday event commemorating the 1992 attack on the Israeli Embassy, Israeli Agricultural Minister Yair Shamir said Iran continues "sowing horror and destruction" around the world.

   Shamir led a delegation commemorating the Buenos Aires attack that killed 29 and left hundreds injured. Israel and Argentina have long accused Iran of both the embassy bombing and another attack on a Jewish community center in 1994 that killed 85.

   Iran has denied involvement in both. Nobody has been convicted in either attack.


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