Trump claims Tehran has repeatedly violated the landmark deal
Iran nuclear deal
The Iran nuclear deal is a 2015 agreement aimed at dismantling Iran's nuclear program, and ensuring that it is used only for civilian purposes. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between Iran, the six P5+1 countries, which include the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council: United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France and China, plus Germany and the European Union, on April 2, 2015 in Lausanne, Switzerland. In return, the United Nations' sanctions on the country were lifted, freeing up tens of billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets.
After French President Macron calls for talks, Iran calls the move 'defensive'
Israeli leaders should push for more military restraint, and to moderate their jingoistic rhetoric, to avoid further escalation. The situation on Israel's northern border isn't 'intolerable'- yet
The more Tehran’s economic cooperation with Russia, China and EU expands, the greater Iran’s interest will be in implementing the nuclear agreement
By limiting their range, Iran can contrast itself against threatening countries like North Korea
Iranian officials opted to not attend the United Nations conference on atomic energy in UAE on Monday
Destroying Islamic State became a primary target, while the consequences of a victory by the coalition against it were studiously ignored in Washington
Rohani slams U.S. over Trump's refusal to formally certify that Tehran is complying with Iran nuclear deal, even though international inspectors say it is
Israel Will Take Military Action to Stop Iran Nuclear Program if Trump's Efforts Fail, Intel Minister Warns
'If international efforts led by Trump don't help stop Iran attaining nuclear capabilities, Israel will act militarily by itself,' says Israeli intel minister
New legislation targeting Iran and its Lebanese terror proxy Hezbollah were passed with unanimous bipartisan support