"The U.S. move to 'snapback' U.N. sanctions is manifestly illegal, illegitimate and will not be accepted by neither Security Council or JCPOA members nor the rest of the world community," Iran's mission to the U.N. told Newsweek.
"We have made great progress in the field of strategic and deterrent weaponry," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.
President Donald Trump seeks a "snapback" of international sanctions against Iran but Russia and China oppose the idea and even U.S. allies aren't on board.
To the world, he's a hardline opponent of peace, but the record proves that Israel's longest-serving prime minister is his country's most skillful and successful diplomat.
The Iranian Parliament's Commission of National Security and Foreign Policy ordered the country's nuclear authority to "immediately return all nuclear activity" to levels attained before the JCPOA if the U.S. triggered sanctions.
Kushner said the Middle East "was a total mess" when Trump took office and he's "ending wars," rebuilding alliances destroyed by past presidents.
"The limits of the Trump administration's highly unilateral and aggressive foreign policy are being exposed," an opinion column argued.
Days after the United States lost a bid to extend a United Nations arms embargo on Iran, China and Russia agreed to a summit aimed at avoiding potential conflict between the U.S. and Tehran.
The United Nations arms embargo on Iran will expire in October, despite repeated U.S. efforts to extend it.
Iran has repeatedly violated the flawed nuclear accord since the day it was announced.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said "the United States will never abandon our friends in the region who expected more from the Security Council," where Russia is trying to push a plan to protect the Persian Gulf.
"The resistance against the Zionist enemy will lead them to certain defeat, and this is a great lesson to all governments and nations in the region," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
Four tankers carrying Iranian oil to Venezuela in contravention of American sanctions have had their cargo re-directed to the U.S.
Mehdi Rajabian has already been imprisoned for his music, but this week he was summoned back to court to face new charges related to his work with female artists.
Oil, gas and petrochemical workers went on strike earlier this month in protest of unpaid wages and unsafe working conditions.
United States intelligence agencies warned Russia and China are actively involved in 2020 election interference, but the two countries are not using their efforts to "denigrate" the same presidential candidate.
I am an Israeli woman married to an Iranian man, and together we can not settle down in either of our countries, or even enter them. Now we are left trying to survive with an uncertain future after applying for asylum in Cyprus.
May something good ultimately emerge from the tragedy in Beirut this week.
"Even with a clear idea of the reasons behind and course of World War II, it is hard to fully understand what the masterminds and perpetrators of such an inhumane act were guided by," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Elliot Abrams who once played a role in selling arms to Iran in exchange for fighting socialists in Latin America will now be tasked with taking on Iran after failing to unseat Venezuela's leftist leader.
Bolton—long an advocate of regime change in Tehran—said Trump's "maximum pressure" Iran strategy was not enough.
Global powers, friends and foes alike, are stepping up to show support for Lebanon after Beirut's deadly blast, but the country has often been a venue for intersecting geopolitical interests.
For one of the world's most brutal regimes, the wheels are falling off.
The U.S. became the first, and to this day only, nation in the world to use a nuclear weapon against a foreign adversary on August 6, 1945.
Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse.
Vladimir Putin's Russia is no friend of the United States.