That's a top headline from Iran's state-run Press TV today (story here). "The Zionist and non-Zionist regimes outside the county" were responsible for plots, Iranian Intelligence Minister Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei said, reporting that two "terrorist" groups have been seized by police. He also claimed terrorists planned a bombing at a shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini. And the specter of foreign spies was raised:

According to the intelligence minister, the US and some western countries were aiming to achieve unrest in Iran's elections atmosphere.

When asked by a reporter about the arrest of foreign spies working under the guise of reporters, Mohseni-Ejei said, "Anybody who embarks on espionage activity in the country will be arrested. A foreign reporter has so far been nabbed and another one has been questioned and his things were confiscated."

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