At first glance, in what seems like something of a hugely ironic flashback to the headline-making loss of a secretive American RQ-170 Sentinel in Iranian territory exactly a decade ago to the day, one of Iran’s rather crude sub-scale knock-offs of the basic Sentinel airframe
Masih Alinejad, an Iranian activist says that she would join two US Senators introducing a law named after her, aimed at Iran’s “transnational terror campaign.”
In a fiery speech Thursday, the commander of Iran’s Quds Force told the United States in case of the slightest move, “your teeth will be crushed in your mouth.”
Against the backdrop of the revived nuclear talks in Vienna, Israeli Foreign Affairs Minister Yair Lapid engaged in a round of high-profile meetings with British officials on Monday, followed by a meeting in Paris on Tuesday with French President Emmanuel Macron.
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers introduced legislation on Wednesday aimed at curbing Iran’s growing drone programme, following a string of attacks that have targeted the US and its allies across the region.
Iran has started producing enriched uranium with more advanced centrifuges, the UN atomic watchdog said, raising a new concern for negotiators on the third day of renewed talks on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
American vice-President Mike Pence linked Iranian general Qassem Soleimani to those responsible for the New York September 11 attacks in a tweet.
This is not some Hollywood fantasy, but reality. A Belgian court has just passed sentence on four Iranians who were involved in a plot to kill and maim hundreds of people at a rally of the National Council of Resistance of Iran at Villepinte near Paris in June 2018.
Iranian army spokesperson Brig. Gen. Abolfazl Shekarchi’s latest attacks on the United States and the “Zionist regime” should serve as sufficient cause for Washington to call off the whole nuclear-negotiation charade.
Mr Johnson was speaking alongside Israeli foreign minister Yair Lapid at Conservative Friends of Israel annual lunch – attended by ambassadors from Jordan, Bahrain and the UAE
A group of 25 Republican members of Congress wrote a letter to US President Joe Biden this week pledging to block any sanctions relief for Iran, as negotiators meet in Vienna to try to reach an agreement on the nuclear deal.