CIA Spies Kidnapped in Mideast

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of Iran, right, and listens to Mohammad Khazaei, Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, during a news conference in New York, U.S., on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. Ahmadinejad railed against the U.S. in his speech yesterday at the UN, sparking a walkout by many Western delegations.

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    More than a dozen U.S. spies in Iran and Lebanon have been caught and could potentially be executed, according to an ABC News investigation. Those kidnapped had been recruited by the CIA to spy on Iran and Hizbullah in Lebanon, a group that was responsible for the deaths of more Americans than any other terrorist organization prior to 9/11. A former CIA officer who’s worked against Hizbullah said, “If they were genuine spies, spying against Hizbullah, I don’t think we’ll ever see them again. These guys are very, very vicious and unforgiving.”

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