Thousands of political prisoners were massacred in Iran in 1988 in mass executions—and the perpetrators are still free and serving the regime today.
Biden should maintain and strengthen the broad U.S.-Israel diplomatic, military and intelligence relationship.
"It arouses dissaproval to classify as terrorists those who faced terrorism and made tremendous sacrifices and fought the fiercest battles on behalf of the world in order to defeat the most powerful dark and extremist force," the head of Popular Mobilization Forces said in a statement to Newsweek.
"The Iranians have delivered to their Houthi proxies in Yemen advanced UAVs," an expert told Newsweek. "They are forward deploying or prepositioning these drones in order to stage an attack against a variety of targets they have within range."
Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei bizarrely banned "English and American" vaccines in a televised speech last week, in a move all but certain to lead to more innocent deaths.
The man behind the outlawed "free speech" social network claims there is just as much "nasty and threatening" content to be found on Twitter as was on his platform.
At least four Iranian nuclear scientists were assassinated between 2010 and 2012, reportedly by Israel-directed operatives with American approval or knowledge.
"It is a well-known fact that Iran was and is the extremist terror groups' most hated enemy," Iranian mission to the U.N. spokesperson Alireza Miryousefi told Newsweek.
"If a country intends to invade or threaten our Islamic homeland, as on January 13, 2016, our answer will be absolutely decisive and tough," Revolutionary Guard Rear Admiral Alireza Tangsiri said.
Burns and Jake Sullivan led a secret diplomatic channel to Tehran which eventually facilitated the Iran nuclear deal.
"We congratulate the friend of the martyrs, Popular Mobilization Committee Chairman Falih al-Fayyadh, on his inclusion with the honorable ones whom the U.S. administration considers enemies," Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces told Newsweek.
The Rusafa Investigation Court "decided to issue an arrest warrant against the outgoing President of the United States Donald Trump in accordance with the provisions of Article 406 of the Iraqi Penal Code," which carries the death penalty.
"The events in the Capitol in Washington today are very regrettable, but they could have been worse if there was an American embassy in that city," former Cuban ambassador José Ramón Cabañas wrote.
Unless there is verifiable dismantlement of Iran's enrichment program, Tehran will always retain the ability to renege on its non-proliferation promises.
Don't waste precious time pushing maximalist demands. Diplomacy is the art of the possible.
"It's more likely this is an act to benefit the protests scheduled for tomorrow in support of President Trump," one former U.S. counterterrorism official who specializes on Iran and its allied militias told Newsweek.
The Qatar-Saudi deal is a huge step in the right direction. If managed properly, will make it easier for the U.S. to do the big things without distraction.
Iran said it took the vessel, Hankuk Chemi, in the Persian Gulf because it was violating environmental laws, which Seoul denies.
A South Korean Defense Ministry official told Newsweek the country, officially known as the Republic of Korea (ROK), had "sent anti-piracy troops near the Strait of Hormuz for the ROK oil tanker directly."
Iranian, Israeli and Iraqi officials offered Newsweek diverging opinions about Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani and his explosive killing, but all were prepared for the possibility of conflict as a result of soaring tensions one year later.
Newsweek spoke to rival Yemeni factions and an Iranian official about the suspected cause behind a deadly attack that struck Aden International Airport as a new unity government arrived by plane.
Tehran is looking ahead to possible sanctions relief and a revived nuclear deal with President-elect Joe Biden.
Tensions are high as Trump's final weeks in office coincide with the Soleimani anniversary and fresh violence in Iraq.
"Security in the region can only be achieved through the removal of foreign anti-instability forces," Iranian Supreme National Security Council Secretary Ali Shamkhani said.
The recent tests were a clear message to Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah.
Trump warned Wednesday he would hold Tehran responsible for any Americans killed in Iraq amid a spike in attacks.
Trump said Wednesday he would hold Iran responsible for any Americans killed in Iraq, after an uptick in attacks against U.S. targets there.
Iranian President Rouhani described both Trump and Hussein as "crazy creatures" who "imposed war" on Iran and its people.