Iran on Tuesday hanged a man sentenced to death for spying for Israel's intelligence services, the official IRNA news agency quoted a judiciary statement as saying.
"Ali Akbar Siadat, who spied for Israel's Mossad, was hanged inside the Evin prison this morning," IRNA said.
IRNA said Siadat, an Iranian, had been in contact with Mossad since 2004 and was arrested in 2008 when wanted to leave Iran with his wife.
"Siadat confessed that he had transferred information to Mossad about Iran's military activities," IRNA said.
On Sunday, Tehran Prosecutor General Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said a person spying for Israel had been sentenced to death by the Revolutionary Court.