Iran Extends Voting Deadline in First Presidential Election Since It Agreed to Limit Its Nuclear Program
Economic issues were on the minds of Iran's over 56 million eligible voters as they headed to more than 63,000 polling places across the country. The average Iranian has yet to see the benefits of the deal, which saw Iran limit its contested nuclear ...
Iranian presidential election pits liberal reformer against hardliner
Iranians vote for president, with the nuclear deal and economy on their minds
All you need to know about the elections in Iran
US says Iranian-directed convoy targeted by US strike in Syria
WASHINGTON The United States said on Friday it believed forces in a convoy targeted by U.S. military aircraft in southern Syria on Thursday were Iranian-directed, in a possible sign of increased tension between Washington and Tehran in the Syrian war.
Pentagon: US airstrikes in Syria targeted Iran-backed pro-government troops
Pentagon: Syria airstrikes targeted Iran-backed convoy
US jets attack Iran-backed militiamen in south-eastern Syria
Saudis eye Iran and ignore Trump's temperament as red carpet rolled out
“Iran is the grand prize here,” said one member of the Saudi royal family, who declined to be named. “Everything else is bells and whistles.” The Kingdom's deputy crown prince and defence minister, Mohammad bin Salman has used the Trump visit to ...
Saudi Arabia to Push Donald Trump for Harsher Tone on Iran in Riyadh
Week in pictures: From Nakba Day to Iran elections
Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. All Social. Female voters queue at a polling station for presidential and municipal elections in Qom, 125km south of Iran's capital Tehran. Iranians began voting on Friday in the country's first presidential ...
Iran Election: Mousavi Looms Over Vote Years After Detention
Before the vote, the campaign itself was fractious, with large-scale street demonstrations and fierce TV debates. But in the aftermath this boiled over into the biggest public protests since the 1979 Iranian Revolution that paved the way for the ...
The Truth Behind Iran's Presidential Election Travesty
Since its foundation, the clerical regime ruling Iran has used false elections to paint a democratic picture of its tyrannical rule across the world. Unfortunately, for different motives, some western politicians and governments acknowledge this and ...
A Momentous Week for the Iran Nuclear Deal
It won't get the banner headlines of the latest outrage in the Russia investigation or North Korea's most recent missile test, but we have entered perhaps the most consequential week for American policy toward Iran since implementation of the nuclear ...
Why Trump's Iran Sanctions Waiver Should Worry the Mullahs
Trump Administration Upholds Iran Sanctions Waiver, Keeping Nuclear Deal Alive
With waiver, US lets Iran keep getting benefits of nuke deal
Iranian regime agents operating polling stations across US, sources say
The Iranian regime is believed to be operating polling stations across the United States ahead of the country's election on Friday, an effort that appears to violate U.S. laws barring Iranian agents from operating on American soil in this manner ...
Netanyahu Seeks 'Dirty Harry' Moment With Iran as Trump Arrives
The restrictions would aim to inflict damage in the same way that blocking money transfers did before Iran signed the 2015 agreement to curtail its nuclear program, said Michael Oren, a deputy cabinet minister to Netanyahu and his former ambassador to ...
On Election Day, Taking Stock Of Free Expression In Iran
Iranians are voting Friday on whether to re-elect the country's president, Hassan Rouhani, who has promised greater freedom for a country dominated by conservative Muslim clerics. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: Iranians are voting on the future of their country ...