The former VP spoke in Albania to the People's Mujahedeen of Iran, which was removed from the U.S. terror list in 2012 after years of fighting Iran's regime.
An Israeli security official revealed to Newsweek "a very significant amount of work" on Israel's border security strategy near Egypt and Jordan.
A former Saudi official told Newsweek that the kingdom is "capable of finding a way to supply America with the oil they need, but there will be an exchange for that."
After Britney Spears got married at a celeb-filled ceremony, the sisters of her new husband were pulled into the spotlight after their photographs went viral.
"This, of course, poses a serious challenge to our ability to continue working there," said the International Atomic Energy Agency's director-general.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran's enemies are waging a "psychological war" against the country.
The push for some sort of new deal with Iran has proven to be remarkably resilient, despite significant opposition at home.
Iran should not be offered the opportunity to press for additional concessions from America and the West—and the Biden administration should stop begging.
The simulation, dubbed "Chariots of Fire," is reportedly the largest military drill in Israel's history.
"The balance in the Middle East is too delicate just to ruin it because of Ukraine," retired Soviet and Russian lieutenant-general Evgeny Buzinshkiy told Newsweek.
I know how it feels to live with the deep scars made by the fear, isolation, and grief of fleeing your home.
The spokesperson for Iraq's Hezbollah Al-Nujaba Movement told Newsweek that the group "has strong relations and high coordination with the Lebanese resistance and the Palestinian resistance movements."
On Tuesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified that Iran has accelerated its nuclear program from a year to a couple weeks.
The Balochistan Liberation Army claimed a deadly attack against Chinese citizens in Pakistan, the latest sign of growing instability in Afghanistan affecting neighbors.
"Unfortunately, some extremist forces are embarking on racial and ethnic disparities in Afghanistan for their own narrow political objectives," Iran's U.N. mission told Newsweek.
"We must not be shortsighted in the use of sanctions relief to mitigate our present energy challenges," Manchin wrote.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed "ways to strengthen bilateral relations" with Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.
Iran's embassy in Kabul "condemns the use of terrorist methods that threaten the security of the Afghan people" at a time when major powers are still grappling with the country's crisis.
The congresswoman made the assertion at Trump's Michigan rally on Saturday, adding, "We need strength."
"There has been significant progress and we are close to a possible deal," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
There is "a concern that Iran is 'testing' Israel and the U.S. during a chaotic time," former Israeli ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon told Newsweek.