President Bush and other American officials will one day face trial just like deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein for "the catastrophes they caused in Iraq," Iran's supreme leader said Friday.
A split has emerged in the coalition of Western powers pressuring Iran to freeze its nuclear enrichment program, as France backs U.S. calls for a new round of sanctions while Germany urges restraint.
Iran's interior minister said China renewed its support Friday for negotiations over his country's disputed nuclear activities, and he warned that new U.N. sanctions could force Tehran to adopt "other means."
Iran hit back at Canada on Friday for criticizing its rising number of executions and treatment of women, accusing Ottawa of racism, police brutality and treating its indigenous people like second class citizens.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Friday that US President George W. Bush had been defeated in his Middle East plans and would one day stand trial for "atrocities" committed in Iraq.
Iran said on Friday that Belgian citizen Stefaan Boeve has been released after being held by bandits for more than a month and that he will soon be handed over to the Belgian authorities.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Friday U.S. President George W. Bush's Middle East policies had failed and he and others would one day be put on trial for "the tragedies they have created in Iraq."
The Belgian foreign ministry confirmed Friday that a Belgian tourist abducted by bandits in southeast Iran a month ago has been freed.
Iran's supreme leader said Friday he wants the United States tried in an international court for "misconduct" in Iraq.
President Bush will one day be tried in court just like deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein for his involvement in the Iraq tragedy, Iran's supreme leader said Friday.