ThyssenKrupp corporation, which owns shipyards making Israel's new submarines, is currently embroiled in scandal involving Netanyahu's personal lawyer.
Iran's FM Zarif says U.S. has 'less than respectable' history regarding commitment to international law.
Eight female and four male models handed sentences between five months and six years, including a ban from traveling abroad and working in the fashion industry.
Avigdor Lieberman says ThyssenKrupp sells subs and missile boats to Israel, which 'had no alternative.'
A decision by Trump to scrap the deal would probably give Iran's hard-line Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps an opportunity to regain power it lost during talks between the current Iranian leadership and major nations.
Finance Ministry responds that the relationship between ThyssenKrupp and Iran does not violate Israeli law.
Amos Gilad says that while he himself didn't know of any Iranian stake in the German company that supplies the Israeli navy, it doesn't mean that the defense establishment was ignorant of it.
This morning Yedioth Ahronoth revealed Tehran holds nearly 5% of ThyssenKrupp. Haaretz looked into its financial reports and found Iran raked tens of millions of euros off company stocks. Senior official: Netanyahu didn't know.
Tehran says the men, charged with collecting information for a terrorist act, are lawyers who were in Kenya to council jailed Iranian clients, also imprisoned on terror charges.
Washington's extension of the Iran Sanctions Act violates the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran says, as president-elect's transition team discusses new sanctions against Islamic Republic.