Administration unlikely to brief senators on Iran deal until after certification decision
The Trump administration is unlikely to brief senators about the Iran nuclear deal until the president has decided whether Tehran is complying with its terms, according to correspondence cited by a senior congressional aide. Senior Senate Democrats ...
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As he wraps UN debut, Trump shows his hand on North Korea, Iran
None of the tactical adjustments made during four days of intensive diplomacy in New York are likely to immediately thwart North Korea's race to tip a long-range missile with a nuclear weapon, or ease suspicions about Trump's hostility to an Iranian ...
Analysis: Trump's UN trip sets up showdown with Iran and North Korea over nukes
Iranian interpreter defends Trump speech omissions
The Contradiction Buried in Trump's Iran and North Korea Policies
Iran nuclear deal: US 'sunset clause' concern remains - Tillerson
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said Washington continues to have "significant issues" with the Iran nuclear deal, after his first talks with his Iranian counterpart. But Mr Tillerson said the talks were "very matter of fact", and acknowledged ...
What are the stakes if Trump decertifies the Iran nuclear deal?
Iranian president says 2015 nuclear deal will 'collapse' if Trump pulls the US out
Trump Leaning Toward Decertifying Iran Nuclear Deal, Sources Say
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North Korea, Puerto Rico, Iran: Your Friday Briefing
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... • President Trump widened U.S. sanctions against trade with North Korea and presented a united front against its nuclear program with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan. “The brutal North Korean regime does ...
World Leaders Urge Trump Not To Pull Out Of Iran Nuclear Pact
President Trump says he has made up his mind what to do about the Iran nuclear deal. He wouldn't tell reporters what he's decided, but he's made no secret in past of how he feels about Iran and in particular how he feels about the nuclear deal reached ...
Vox Sentences: Will Trump kill the Iran nuclear deal? Who knows!
If Trump decides to pull out of the deal, there would be no incentive for Iran to stop its pursuit of nuclear weapons, and French President Emmanuel Macron recently warned that the Middle Eastern nation could turn into another North Korea if the deal ...
Iran's Rouhani pushes back on Trump
"It will be a great pity if this agreement were destroyed by rogue newcomers to the world of politics," he added in a clear reference to US President Donald Trump, who addressed the General Assembly the day before and offered scathing criticism of both ...
Tillerson says he doesn't know Trump's decision on Iran deal
Iran president says Trump's UN speech was full of 'ugly, ignorant words'
Tillerson: "There Have To Be Changes Made" To Iran Nuclear Deal Or Iran Will Follow North Korea's Path
Turkey, Iran, Iraq consider counter-measures over Kurdish referendum
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey, Iran and Iraq have agreed to consider counter-measures against Kurdish northern Iraq over a planned independence referendum, Turkey's foreign ministry said on Thursday. In a joint statement, the foreign ministers of the three ...
Despite Trump criticism, world powers rally to defend value of Iran nuclear accord
Members of the United Nations Security Council from Russia, center, and others listen as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses members during a meeting on non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction during the U.N. General Assembly, Thursday ...
European Reactions To Renegotiating The Iran Deal
Iran-Linked Hackers Said to Be Attacking US Companies
A private cybersecurity firm has identified what it says is a hacking group sponsored by the Iranian government that has targeted organizations in the U.S., the Middle East and Asia. The firm, FireEye, which gathers cyber intelligence and responds to ...
Report: Iran group hacks aviation, petrochemical industries
New Group of Iranian Hackers Linked to Destructive Malware | WIRED
Once 'kittens' in cyber spy world, Iran gains prowess: security experts