Iran deal critics to Trump: Please don't rip it up
Instead, they say, Trump should step up enforcement of the deal, look for ways to renegotiate it, and pursue measures to punish Iran for its non-nuclear misbehavior. Such a multi-pronged, get-tough approach may even give Trump cover to fend off any ...
Secretary of State candidate John Bolton: Tear up the Iran deal. Secretary of State candidate Bob Corker: Don't tear ...
Corker says Trump won't tear up Iran nuclear deal
Rights Groups Assail Iran Over Videos of Condemned Prisoners
New York Times
When Iran conducted a mass hanging in August of Sunni prisoners accused of attacks in its restive western Kurdish region, the executions were widely criticized as an egregious human rights violation. But death-penalty opponents also were appalled at ...
Iran: Macabre propaganda videos feature forced 'confessions' of executed Sunni men
With Iraq And Mosul, Will Iran Become An Oil Superpower?
Now, the evidence is mounting that Iran is extending its military influence to traditionally Sunni Arab and Kurdish areas of northern Iraq. In March 2016, the U.S. State Department scoffed at the idea that Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was ...
Iran's Top Leaders Move to Calm Concerns Over Trump Election
President Hassan Rouhani said the country will remain committed and loyal to the deal, regardless of the outcome of the U.S. election. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran was indifferent to the result of the U.S. vote, insisting the Iranian ...
US Senate leader says Iran sanctions renewal will pass
President Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal
Iran's Oil Boom Hangs in Balance as Investors Weigh Trump Threat
Kirk likens Obama to 'drug dealer in chief' for $400 million Iran payment
Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, who has made opposition to a U.S.-led nuclear agreement with Iran a major theme of his re-election campaign, likened home-state President Barack Obama to "drug dealer in chief" over a $400 million payment linked to the ...
Bernard Schoenburg: Davis, Durbin squabble on political days at fair
Relative Speaks Out After Family Members Are Sentenced In Iran
Two Iranian-Americans, a father and his son, were sentenced last month to 10 years in an Iran prison. Another son, Babak Namazi, is working to free them, and talks to Steve Inskeep about the ordeal. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: We have the story of two ...
Iran, Iraq Oil Ministers Said to Skirt Energy Talks With Saudis
Iraq's oil minister will bypass energy talks this week in Qatar, where rival producer Saudi Arabia plans to hold talks with Russia on possible collective action to limit production. His Iranian counterpart is also said to be giving the meeting a miss ...
As OPEC Optimism Buoys, Iran Remains Main Hurdle To Output Deal
Iran's oil min won't attend Friday OPEC talks: sources
Opec reopens talks on oil cuts without Iran, Iraq ministers
Iran sees 'more rationality' from Trump once president: Iranian central ba...
At a conference in Frankfurt, other Iranian bankers also said they did not expect long-term adverse effects from Trump's win, even though he ran for president opposing a landmark nuclear deal the United States signed last year with Iran. "What has been ...
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House Lawmakers to Nix Obama Admin-Backed Sale of US Planes to Iran
Washington Free Beacon
Lawmakers in the House are expected to overwhelmingly pass new legislation on Wednesday that would prohibit the Obama administration from facilitating the sale of U.S. aircraft to Iran, according to senior congressional sources who told the Washington ...
Israel Asks Russia Not to Sell Jets and Weapons to Iran
Lieberman, however, noted that at this stage Russia and Iran are only discussing a possible deal; nothing has been signed. He said Israel raised the issue during Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Israel last week, as well as in talks ...