Tehran slams U.S. for being racist, says government is wasting its resources on global adventurism
Waivers had allowed Russian, European and Chinese companies to continue to work on Iran’s civilian nuclear facilities
The area has seen occasional fighting between Iranian forces and Kurdish separatists, as well as militants linked to the extremist Islamic State group
Washington recently imposed sanctions on two scientists and said it will end waivers allowing international companies to work on Iran’s civilian nuclear facilities
‘A regime that just days ago invoked The Final Solution and which regularly threatens to wipe Israel off the map must never obtain a nuclear weapon,' Pompeo says in a press statement announcing the move
Romina Ashrafi's case has led President Rohani to urge his Cabinet to speed up harsher laws against such killings, pushing for speedy adoption of relevant legislation
President Hassan Rohani issued the implementation order on Tuesday, according to Fars, the semi-official news agency of the Iranian government
The retaliation attributed to Israel by Washington Post aimed neither to cause physical damage nor casualties, but to send a warning: We can harm you tenfold
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Iran is one of the most affected countries in the Middle East with a total of 133,521 infected cases and 7,359 deaths
As both countries are under U.S. sanctions, Washington is considering measures in response to the fuel shipment, according to a senior U.S. official, who did not elaborate on any options
Tehran wants to boost state finances while curbing potential protests by offering Iranians the chance to buy into ballooning state stocks, but what will happen when the bubble bursts?
The United States recently beefed up its naval presence in the Caribbean for what it said was an expanded anti-drug operation
Speaking on Jerusalem Day, Iran's Supreme Leader encourages Palestinians to take up arms, says 'Zionist regime is cancer'. Netanyahu: 'Those who threaten to destroy Israel will find themselves in a similar danger'
Iran on Thursday put the total number of dead from the virus at 7,249, or 66 more than Wednesday
Josep Borrell says Israel's security is of 'paramount importance' ■ Comment comes day after Iran's Khamenei publishes cartoon calling for a final solution to 'free Palestine'
Iranian oil tankers are expected to start arriving to Venezuela in the coming days amid U.S. sanctions on the South American nation designed to force out President Nicolás Maduro
Comments come amid recent reports of a cyber warfare tit-for-tat between Israel and Iran
In April, Donald Trump warned U.S. navy would fire on any Iranian ships that comes near its vessels
Military Chief Says Israel Will Continue to Use 'Variety of Tools' Amid Cyber Confrontation With Iran
'The enemy will find that, by their own hand, they have turned the home front into a battlefront,’ Lt. Gen. Kochavi says in speech warning Israel won't be deterred from operating even in population centers
Analysis With Cyberattack on Iranian Port, Tehran Gets a Warning: Civilian Installations Are a Red Line
Leak of details of the operation, attributed to Israel, seems to be intentional, sending a clear message that the damage Iran can expect could be greater than what they can inflict on their adversaries
'Highly accurate' Israeli strike severely impacted Shahid Rajaee port, in retaliation for Iranian cyberattack on Israeli water systems, the Washington Post reports
Earlier this year, a hard-line student group in Iran threatened to destroy the Tomb of Mordechai and Esther in revenge for the Trump administration’s peace plan
Bennett said that Israel has intensified attacks on Iranian forces in Syria, and that Israel will 'finish the job'
Khamenei tells students Americans' actions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria have led to them being hated, according to a transcript of the speech
'We have to sell our oil and we have ways to do it,' Tehran says, while some posit sanctions-hit Iran could attack U.S. ships in retaliation for action from Washington
The strikes late Saturday targeted a base near the border town of Boukamal, killing seven fighters, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
'If the United States, just like pirates, intends to create insecurity on international waterways, it would be taking a dangerous risk and that will certainly not go without repercussion,' Iran's Nour news agency said
Participants in this year's Quds Day marches, which typically involve chants of 'death to Israel' and burning Israeli flags, will have to shout from their vehicles instead
Arms embargo will remain 'one way or another,' writes Brian Hook in Wall Street Journal, as U.S. attempts to strong-arm nuclear deal signatories