disclose secrets

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano didn't disclose secrets of its recent agreement with Iran to the US Congress for the fear of its aftermaths, an Iranian spokesman said Monday.
The director has reportedly put up posters around the sets warning the crew not to disclose secrets of the movie.
The chairman of the bank involved is worried the mastermind behind the heist is set to disclose secrets he needs to stay hidden, so he enlists the help of a political fixer.
The Public Prosecution concluded that no evidence of criminal intent to disclose secrets had been established against those interrogated and the Public Prosecutor saw no logic to file a case against them.
The ruling military council vowed to disclose secrets that would make the people more proud of their military forces.
He said that if Altaf Hussain did not stop maligning PML-N and Nawaz Sharif than PML-N would be compelled to disclose secrets of Altaf Hussain.
Here we learn how to use bears to share our experiences, find common ground, disclose secrets that need to be told, and say goodbye.
America's nuns won't disclose secrets or figures, or urge victims of abusive nuns to come forward, get help or call the police.
THE government are refusing to disclose secrets under the new Freedom of Information Act, it emerged yesterday.
Monarchs don't disclose secrets damaging to the regime.