BBC hacked website, says Iran TV
Iran's state TV is charging the BBC with hacking its website to change the results of a poll about Iran's nuclear programme.
The BBC's Farsi language service reported that the poll showed 63% of those who took part favoured halting uranium enrichment in exchange for an end to Western economic sanctions.
But today's TV report said the actual figure was 24%, and the rest favoured retaliation against the West with measures like closing the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a key to exporting oil from the Gulf.
The West suspects Iran may be aiming to produce nuclear weapons. Iran insists its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes like energy production.
There was no immediate comment from the BBC.
The poll was taken off Iran TV's website yesterday.