TEHRAN -- Iranian state television on Sunday broadcast purported confessions by more than a dozen suspects in connection with the killings of five nuclear scientists since 2010.
The broadcast showed some of the suspects re-enacting the assassinations in various districts of Tehran. The 14 suspects shown on TV were eight men and six women.
The TV showed pictures from a military garrison it said was a training camp outside Tel Aviv. It said the suspects took courses there, including how to place magnetic bombs on cars -- the method used to kill the scientists.
Iran says the attacks are part of a covert campaign by Israel and the West to sabotage its nuclear program, which the United States and its allies suspect is aimed at producing nuclear weapons. Iran denies that accusation.