Iran US Conflict

Qasem Soleimani, commander of IRGC Quds Force
US 'begged' Iran not to retaliate for Soleimani killing, deputy FM says

“The US sent a message to Iran via the Swiss ambassador to demand that Iran not give a response, but it was rejected immediately.”

A Spanish Civil Guard boat sails past Iranian oil tanker Grace 1 as it sits anchored after it was se
Iran prepared to retaliate if US stops Venezuela-bound tankers

"After increasing military threats against Iranian vessels headed for Venezuela, an order was issued to Iran's armed forces to identify and track several US merchant vessels."

Iran dismisses new US sanctions as 'fruitless and repetitive'

"Washington's fruitless and repetitive sanctions against Iranian officials is a sign of weakness, despair and confusion of the US administration."

Trump: Iran returning missing FBI agent is good, enriching uranium is bad

Iran’s Foreign Ministry denied that the case was re-opened and said that Levinson's whereabouts were still unknown.

What Congress Can Do for an America Without a Coherent Middle East Policy

Our boots on the ground have left in the aftermath of the infamous Trump-Erdogan phone call, turning 100,000 American trained allied SDF troops into part of the Syrian army.

Macron worried Saudi attack may hurt U.S.-Iran efforts-diplomats

Macron spent the summer trying to damp down an intensifying crisis between Washington and Tehran, and the attack on Saudi oil facilities has placed him in an awkward situations.

Everything you need to know about alleged airstrikes in Iraq - Timeline

It began on July 19 with unidentified “bombs” falling on an “Iran-allied militia base” in Iraq north of Baghdad.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is seen during a public speech in the southern Hormozgan province
Iran to enrich uranium beyond limit set by 2015 deal

Israel’s US envoy: Pressure should be increased on Iran.

IRAQ’S PRESIDENT Barham Salih addresses a recent forum in Baghdad.
Iraqi president: we cannot afford another conflict, enough is enough

"We do not want our territory to be a staging post for any hostile action against any of our neighbors, including Iran."

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo listens during a news conference in Reykjavik
Pompeo departs on week-long trip to Middle East, Japan, Korea, India

When asked what would happen if Iran carried out another attack like the downing of an American drone last week, Pompeo responded that he would not address hypotheticals.

Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use