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In pictures: US Iran evidence

Multiple Explosive Formed Projectile (EFP) recoveries in Baghdad and in Diwaniyah.

The US military has presented evidence which it says shows Iranian military involvement in Iraq.

Passive Infrared (PIR) Trigger found in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, 27 May 2006.

The US says sophisticated Iranian-built bombs smuggled into Iraq have killed at least 170 US and allied soldiers since June 2004.

An Explosive Formed Projectile (EFP) attack on Iraqi police in Hilla, 10 June 2006

Senior Democrats in the United States have urged the Bush administration to be cautious about accusing Iran of fomenting violence.

An Explosive Formed Projectile (EFP) attack on a US M 1114 vehicle, 14 January 2007 at al-Mansur District of Baghdad.

One senator said the Bush administration had tried to falsify evidence before.

Identification card of an Iranian revolutionary guard corp, said to have been found in Irbil.

Tehran has denied any involvement in the violence in Iraq.

An 81mm mortar round believed to be from Iran and found in Baghdad, 13 January 2007

But US intelligence analysts believe bombs made in Iran are being secretly sent to Iraqi Shia militants.

81mm mortar round shipping containers believed to be from Iran and found on Iraqi Soil between in 2006.

They say the weapons have characteristics unique to being manufactured in Iran.

81mm Mortar tail assembly fragment believed to be from Iran and recovered from attacks in Baghdad.

Examples of the allegedly smuggled weapons were put on display at a briefing in Baghdad.

Iranian anti-tank rocket propelled grenade

All cameras and recording devices were banned from the briefing.

TNT blocks believed to be from Iran and found on Iraqi soil between 2005-2006.

US officials also claim Iran is supplying Shia groups in Iraq with money and military training

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