"One way or another, the State of Israel is not a party to the agreement," Israeli Alternative Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Twitter.
The Florida real estate developer faces 63 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release.
State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the U.S. is "seriously reviewing" Iran's response to what's been described as the final draft for the nuclear deal.
The New Jersey man could not believe Rushdie survived after being stabbed approximately 10 times.
JCPOA implementation adviser Ellie Geranmayeh said "the two sides are closer than ever in closing the gaps that remain, but they need to do so very quickly."
"The latest (and the last) Iranian drafting suggestions are not controversial," Russia's lead JCPOA negotiator Mikhail Ulyanov told Newsweek.
The Syrian government has long considered the presence of U.S. troops illegal.
"Relieved [Rushdie] is pulling through after Friday's nightmare," tweeted Lakshmi, who was married to the author between 2004 and 2007.
The same Twitter account reportedly posted tweets glorifying Rushdie's attacker, 24-year-old Hadi Matar.
Iranian national Shahram Poursafi has been indicted and accused of offering to pay $300,000 to have Bolton assassinated.
Western intelligence officials have expressed concerns that the "Khayyam" satellite could help Russia in Ukraine and allow Iran to spy on its neighbors in the Middle East.
A Depp doppelgänger was pictured taking part in an Islamic mourning ceremony in Tehran.
"Washington must prioritize urgent action to restore some order to the nuclear chaos and prevent these crises from escalating," expert Kelsey Davenport said.
The ex-president's team began pushing for a "showdown" with Iran amid concerns they would lose the 2020 election, according to the excerpt.
Researchers believe they may have found the 2,000-year-old lost city of Natounia, an ancient military and religious complex in the Zagros Mountains.
Colin Kahl told a UN conference in New York that global security was at its most challenging since the Cold War.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran told Newsweek the State Department should refuse a visa for President Ebrahim Raisi.
In a video, the country detailed its purported capability to quickly "turn Iran's peaceful nuclear program into a nuclear weapons program in an instant."
"Everything is possible when it comes to international relations," former Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry official Salem al-Yami told Newsweek.
"The presence of the U.S. military on Syrian territory is an illegal act, an act of aggression," Damascus' mission to the United Nations told Newsweek.
"We emphasize the importance of ensuring civilians are protected," State Department spokesperson Ned Price said.
Russia's Vladimir Putin told a forum in Moscow that the West cannot offer "its own model of the future."
As a video of Russia's president waiting uncomfortably for his Turkish counterpart goes viral, Newsweek looks back at Putin's own history of tardiness.
The Russian leader was in Tehran to boost ties with Iran and Turkey as Russia faces isolation due to the war in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin looked uncomfortable as Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan took his time to meet him in Iran.
A clip of the Russian president stepping off a plane in Iran has reignited the speculation about his medical condition and "gunslinger's gait."