The indictment alleges that Zavik Zargarian of Glendale worked with one of the Iranians to purchase more than $3 million worth of parts for fighter jets including F-15s and F-18s.
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Second wave of deliveries expected in 2021 and 2022 as Turkey hopes to reach a total of 100 F-35 jets in its fleet.
Since the failed putsch, Turkey has arrested 35,000 people and sacked or suspended more than 100,000 others in the civil service, judiciary, police and elsewhere.
The mainly Shi'ite Iraqi Army and the ill-equipped Kurdish Peshmerga are fighting independently and on separate fronts in an effort to recapture the Sunni city from ISIS ■ Part 1
Villagers have been taken to camps for their own safety, says general.
Monitor, civil defense official report strikes on rebel-held areas; Moscow says Russian planes haven't bombed Aleppo since Tuesday, when Moscow suspended strikes ahead of a temporary truce.
Iran's president cites candidate's behavior in presidential debates as proof that there is 'no morality in that country.'
After meeting with U.S. defense secretary in Baghdad, Iraq's prime minister rejects Turkish participation in campaign to oust Islamic State from stronghold.
Jordan is an ultra-conservative society where female participation in the work force lies far below the regional average. But thanks to a new initiative, women are shattering gender stereotypes - and helping the economy at the same time.
It is not yet clear whether Ankara has requested the diplomats be extradited by German authorities.