TEHRAN (AFP) - Iran on Tuesday opened the trial of a man accused of playing a crucial role in the 2010 assassination of its nuclear scientist Masoud Ali Mohammadi, local media reported. "The trial of Majid Jamali Fashi, the main suspect in the case, has officially commenced" in the Revolutionary Court, ISNA news agency reported. The report added that Jamali Fashi, who says he received training in Israel, faces four charges including Moharebe (waging war against God) through assassination. If proven guilty of being a Mohareb, he faces the death sentence.