The same man who denounced the Iran nuclear pact as the "worst deal ever" is helping Iran's worst foe in the Persian Gulf get its feet on the nuclear ladder.
Top diplomats from China, the EU, France, Germany, Iran, Russia and the U.K. believe the nuclear deal “is in the security interest of all.”
Macron responded to Rouhani by saying that he “hoped that Iran, for its part, will fulfill its obligations without any ambiguity.”
During his 2016 campaign Trump constantly referenced his skills as a businessman, but the president's first 16 months in the White House have been defined by an inability to work with Congress.
The EU’s Federica Mogherini praised Beijing’s efforts to save the deal.
Former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to potentially strike Iran may have been illegal.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Tehran of using Iran deal funds to back the Lebanese Shiite Muslim Hezbollah, as well as the jihadi Sunni Muslim groups.
“The (Israel Defense Forces) sees this Iranian attack on Israel with severity,” a spokesperson for the military said. There were reports that Israel targeted Iranian positions in Syria in response.
Trump has a “very flawed understanding” of the Iran nuclear deal, former CIA Director John Brennan said.
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said, “We will do whatever it takes to protect our people,” including building nuclear weapons.
Richard Grenell has been accused of making threats towards German businesses over imminent U.S. sanctions on Iran.
“One by one, we are keeping the promises I made to the American people during my campaign for president," Trump said when he withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord.
Boeing's European rival, Airbus, also stands to lose deals if the U.S. imposes sanctions against Iran.
Hours after the Israeli military urged citizens to take shelter and President Donald Trump left the Iran deal, new strikes were reported in Syria.
Israel deployed defense systems, and troops “are on high alert for an attack,” the Israel Defense Forces said in a statement.
President Donald Trump has said the U.S. will leave a historic 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, a potentially destabilizing decision for the region.
The president will make an announcement on the deal on Tuesday.
The U.S.—with Israeli encouragement—appears to be stepping away from the JCPOA, while Iran and the other signatories try to save it.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was granted the power to go to war with only his defense chief's approval in "extreme situations."