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In this image taken from TV purports to show Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri speaking during an interview in the Iranian interests section of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington D.C. Mr. Amiri, who disappeared a year ago, was on his way home to Tehran on Wednesday July 14, 2010, from the United States, ending a bizarre intelligence drama that could snarl U.S. efforts to gather information on Iran's nuclear program.(AP Photo/ ATN1 DK via APTN)

In this image taken from TV purports to show Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri speaking during an interview in the Iranian interests section of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington D.C. Mr. Amiri, who disappeared a year ago, was on his way home to Tehran on Wednesday July 14, 2010, from the United States, ending a bizarre intelligence drama that could snarl U.S. efforts to gather information on Iran's nuclear program.(AP Photo/ ATN1 DK via APTN)

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