The Israeli government is poised to annex up to 30 percent of Palestinian West Bank territory as part of President Donald Trump's controversial "peace plan."
Agnes Callamard, the U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, said the U.S. had failed to provide evidence to support the need for the January drone strike.
"Iran claims to want good relations with its neighbors, yet it continues to threaten them with even greater levels of violence," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
Zarif claimed that President Donald Trump's administration has isolated itself on the world stage through its "maximum pressure" campaign against Iran.
"The strength of the Quds Force is that it does not rely on a single charismatic leader—any more than the Islamic Republic of Iran does," Barbara Slavin told Newsweek.
"I would say that while the Khojir explosion could still have been very well explained by a mere accident, this incident in Natanz shortly afterwards raises quite a few questions," Fabian Hinz told Newsweek.
The Trump administration is pushing for an extension to an existing arms embargo on Tehran which expires in October.
Scott Modell, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, debates The American Conservative's Curt Mills.
A decades-long obsession with Iranian regime change continues to harm U.S. national interests.
The U.S. made aim to replace the regime that is the world's number one state sponsor of global jihad.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took the opportunity to criticize what he called a "flawed" nuclear agreement.
Moscow has not had a major military base in the Mediterranean since Egypt ordered out Soviet forces in 1972 has. This is changing.
Tehran prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr said Trump and 35 others are now facing "murder and terrorism charges" which Iran will pursue even if the president loses the November election.
The GOP congressman added that the president's former national security adviser was "resentful" because his advice was ignored.
All options must be on the table to counter the rogue Iranian regime.
The Trump administration's "maximum pressure" campaign against Iran is working.
The U.S. is pressing the United Nations to extend an arms embargo against Iran which is due to expire in October.
Iran, Iraq, Russia and Syria developed the Quadripartite Information Exchange Center to battle ISIS in 2015 and Tehran argues it's still needed today amid tensions between Baghdad and Washington.
The international community must bring the full force of law against the terrorist Iranian regime.
Iran has tested new naval missiles and boosted its fleet of fast attack craft in a challenge to the U.S. military presence in the Persian Gulf and surrounding waters.
Europe should side with the U.S. and support "snapback" sanctions against Iran at the U.N.
Both North Korea and Iran have hit out South Korea over its perceived over-dependence on a decades-long alliance with the United States.
Amidst the coronavirus, the Iranian regime is only further consolidating control in its militaristic components.
Newsweek presents a list of six major territorial disputes involving the Koreas, Kashmir, the South China Sea, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
A concerned global citizenry must hold accountable Iran's terrorist regime.
Major General Hossein Salami—who leads the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps—claimed that Americans are now turning against the Trump administration.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani specifically urged China and Russia to resist the American demand to extend restrictions.
The chants came at the behest of lawmaker Ahmad Naderi, who asked those in attendance "to show respect for the movement of the oppressed in the U.S." with their slogan.
The U.S. is taking flak worldwide for racism in light of the latest black lives matter protests. But some of that criticism is coming from states that oppress minorities.