TEHERAN, Iran - Iran announced the breakup of an alleged Israeli spy network on Monday.
Mohammed ali Jaffari, commander of the Islamic state's Revolutionary Guards, said they had spies in custody who confessed to having been trained in Israel.
Jaffari said they'd confiscated communications equipment and other paraphernalia used for espionage.
The alleged spies were accused of gathering information on Iran's nuclear plants, its regular army and the Revolutionary Guards.
Last week, Teheran executed Iranian businessman Ali Ashtari, who allegedly confessed to spying for Israel.