Pompeo also announces Washington had imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan President, who has forged closer ties between Caracas and Tehran
Saudi Arabia should revisit its surprise 2002 initiative by pushing the four Arab states who have normalized relations with Israel to lobby for a proper peace. One that includes the Palestinians
The U.S. administration wants to pressure Tehran back to the negotiations table, but 'uncertainty' buys Iran what it hopes would be enough time before Trump is voted out
It's not just China and Russia that are faithful to their dealings with Tehran. It's also Washington's allies in the Gulf – Qatar, Oman and even the UAE
United States to slap sanctions on over two dozen targets tied to Iran arms on Monday, as part of Trump's effort to limit Tehran's regional influence
Iran's rial has lost about 49% of its value in 2020, as country continues to struggle with its coronavirus outbreak
Iran, one of the Middle Eastern countries hardest hit by the pandemic, has been divided up into white, orange/yellow and red regions based on the number of infections and deaths
United States seeks to not just reimpose UN sanctions on Iran, but punish foreign entities that deal with Tehran by banning them from the American market
Israel and Gulf states have engaged in discreet cooperation for years, on issues from Iran to Islamist radicalism. What has changed is not only the tempting prospect of arms deals with the U.S.
Today, Tehran is very unhappy. But the Israel-Gulf accords can’t hide a dangerous policy failure on Iran, failing to contain its nuclear and conventional weapons programs, by both Trump and Netanyahu
Strike also destroyed arms depots near the Iraqi border, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says ■ Turkish Red Crescent worker killed in separate incident in northern Syria
Politico reported Sunday that Iran is seeking retaliation for the U.S. killing of Qassem Soleimani by targeting Lana Marks
Jailed for representing women who removed their headscarves, human rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh is on a hunger strike
Navid Afkari, a 27-year-old Greco-Roman wrestler, claimed he was tortured into making a false confession, his family and activists say
Commander of the annual exercise said the operation is aimed at 'improving readiness in confronting foreign threats and any possible invasion,' following exercises meant to threaten United States
Nuclear chief announces construction in 'the heart of the mountains' to replace a production hall that was damaged in July
The case of 27-year-old Navid Afkari has drawn the attention of a social media campaign that portrays him and his brothers as victims targeted over participating in protests against Iran's Shi'ite theocracy in 2018
The July verdicts against 27-year-old Navid Afkari and this brothers, which were reported later in August, prompted an outcry both in Iran and internationally
Arbitration proceedings over an Iranian stake in an oil partnership, which Israel refuses to comply with, have been for decades the only official channel of contact between the two Mideast rivals
The fears are understandable, but misplaced. Normalization with Gulf states hurts Iran, and strengthens Israel's defense far more than any plane
Riyadh is systematically building a nuclear infrastructure that it could easily flip from civilian to military purposes. A Saudi Arabia whose strategic interests align with the U.S. and Israel today may be a very different country down the line
Iranian supreme leader says UAE 'forgot Palestine' and allowed the 'Zionist regime to enter the region'
International Atomic Energy Agency says Tehran was 'voluntarily providing the IAEA with access to the two locations specified by the agency'
The UAE and Saudi Arabia now have significant leverage over Israel’s policies towards the Palestinians. And Riyadh is Israel’s real prize
Thirteen council members expressed opposition, arguing that Washington's move is void given it is using process agreed under 2015 nuclear deal
The IAEA repeatedly found Iran in compliance with the agreement until last year, when Tehran began breaking the deal’s limits on nuclear enrichment in response to heavy U.S. sanctions
European signatories of 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran have already rejected American legal arguments for reimposing 'snapback' sanctions
Iraqi politician Mithal al-Alusi hasn’t even been dissuaded by an assassination attempt that killed his sons to drop his advocacy for ties with Israel, but Iraq doesn’t look like it will be following the UAE’s lead
The UN will enter a legal whirlwind as the clock begins ticking on the automatic U.S. request to impose the snapback, a move supported by Israel but opposed by 13 of the 15 countries on the Security Council
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