Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says if U.S. president rips up nuclear deal, Tehran will "light it on fire."
Even with all its oil wealth, Saudi Arabia's GDP in 2015 was below the GDP of U.S. states such as Pennsylvania and Illinois.
Even with the Iran deal, the Israelis have never been in a better strategic position—at least in the short term.
The top religious leader in the Islamic Republic says the country will not cooperate on regional issues with enemies.
Hundreds of Iranians died in a crush during last year's pilgrimage; both countries accuse each other of politicizing the hajj.
The Chechen leader claims Saudi Arabia find several projects "attractive".
The kingdom's justice ministry said the decision is to "protect the rights of the woman."
Plans include partial privatization of state oil giant and increased roles for women in Saudi Arabian society.
Brent crude oil appears to continue rising through what has been a volatile week for the industry.
Transfers come just days before Obama visits Saudi Arabia for a meeting of Gulf Arab allies.
Bill in question would take away immunity from foreign governments in event of a terror attack that kills Americans.
New regulations mean the officers must now report violators to other police forces.
U.S. and Western European spending is on the slide as Eastern Europe rearms.
The major leak about offshore dealings leads to Syrian leader Assad and former Egyptian leader Mubarak.
Lawmakers in the Netherlands passed a bill to stop arms exports to the Gulf Kingdom.
The Gulf state is supporting the Saudi-led coalition against Yemen's Shiite Houthi rebels.
At least 15 other countries are prepared to back the freeze, says Russia's energy minister.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says he's confident voters will choose to put the country's dignity first.
The plan, code-named Nitro Zeus, was aimed at damaging Iran's air defenses, communications and power grid.