Iran Threatened to Shoot Down US Surveillance Planes
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Two American surveillance aircraft flying in what U.S. officials said was international airspace near Iran were threatened by Iranian air defense stations over the weekend, and were told by the Iranians to alter their course or face fire ...
Iran threatened to shoot down two US spy planes. Here's their bizarre interaction
Iran threatened to shoot down US Navy spy planes in the Persian Gulf
Report: Iran Threatens U.S. Spy Planes Flying Close to Border
Iran unveils new helicopter-carrying catamaran ship
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard on Tuesday unveiled a new high-speed vessel the force says is capable of carrying a helicopter and up to 100 people, Iranian state TV reported. The report follows a series of close encounters between ...
Iran Launches New Navy Ship as Tensions Rise with US in Gulf
'Tactical Miscalculation' Likely if Iran Boat Harassment Persists: CNO
Voice of America
As Syrian Cease-fire Takes Hold, Iran's Role Remains Murky
Voice of America
FILE - Civilians and armed forces members carry the flag-draped coffins of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Gen. Mohsen Ghajarian, foreground, and five soldiers who were killed in fighting in Syria, during their funeral outside the headquarters of the guard ...
How the US Navy wants to handle Iran's naval provocations in the Persian Gulf
At a recent conference at the Center for American Progress, Chief of Naval Operations John M. Richardson discussed at length naval operations in Asia and the Pacific, touching on how he'd like to deal with the Iranian navy, which has made a habit of ...
Stavridis: US Should Try to Resolve China, Iran Disputes Via Economic Engagement
Hatch wants more answers from Treasury on Iran payment
Sen. Orrin Hatch asked the Treasury Department's inspector general on Tuesday to provide proof that none of a $1.7 billion cash settlement delivered to Iran earlier this year was paid to individuals or entities that support terrorism. Acting in his ...
Qatar Urges Dialogue Between Iran, Saudis
Qatar's emir urged Gulf Arab countries and Iran to settle their disputes through "dialogue," in a telephone call with Iranian President Hassan Rohani, state media reported September 13. The Qatar News Agency said Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani telephoned ...
Amid strains, Qatar urges Iran, Gulf Arabs to be good neighbors
Qatar emir calls for Gulf-Iran dialogue
Qatari emir makes outreach effort to Iran's president
Israel: Sudan Violates Human Rights, but Has Distanced Itself From Iran
Though Israel is pleased that Sudan has distanced itself from the radical axis headed by Iran over the past year, it still objects to Sudanese human rights violations, senior Israeli officials said Tuesday. The International Criminal Court has issued ...
Israel welcomes Sudan's distancing from Iran, diplomatic sources say
Obama Didn't Save Money By Rushing $1.3 Billion To Iran
If Iran's claim for the trust fund balance and interest had gone to decision in the tribunal, the United States could well have faced significant exposure in the billions of dollars…We were able to secure a favorable resolution on the interest owed to ...
Dennis Ross co-sponsors bill to prohibit ransom payments to Iran
Rubio demands documents from Obama proving Iran money was not 'ransom'
GOP lawmaker wants answers on Iran payment
Lifting sanctions doesn't land Iran trade boom
Dubai: Sanctions relief was to pave the way for a global trade boom, with many believing billions of dollars of foreign investment would quickly follow Iran's return to the international economy. But seven months on from January's implementation day of ...
Human Rights Watch
Iran: 5-Year Sentence for Dual National on Dubious Charges ...
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut) – An Iranian court has sentenced an Iranian-British dual national to five years in prison on national security charges. The family of Nazanin ...
Iran's British Hostage