The Trump administration will no longer sell the F-35 fighter jet to Turkey now that it has begun receiving shipments of an advanced missile defense system from Russia.
Iran is threatening to reduce its commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal if European signatories fail to fulfill their part of the accord.
The State Department is condemning Iran over its alleged harassment of a British oil tanker as tensions rise in the Persian Gulf.
In a newly released safety report, concern is surfacing about the U.S. Coast Guard’s use of outdated software systems.
Iran’s claim it has enriched it’s uranium stockpile has triggered a response from the international community and the remaining members of the Iran Nuclear Deal. One America’s Jeremy Hartley has more on the response.
Iranian officials are threatening to sink a U.S. warship and destroy Israel, signaling a new round of escalation in nuclear tensions. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.
Iran is set to raise it’s uranium enrichment levels. Reports Saturday reveal the rogue regime will increase its enrichment from 3.6% to 5%. The hike will put the country above the limits set by the 2015 nuclear deal made with six major world powers. President Trump pulled out that deal, saying the country was showing no intention of abiding by the agreement.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad vows his full support for Iran, after the UK intercepts an Iranian oil-tanker. In a statement Thursday Assad said Syria fully supports the Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation, against, what he calls all acts of aggression. Assad adds, the Ayatollah Regime is fighting to protect its rights, and faces illegal threats by the world powers. His statement comes after British Royal Marines intercepted an Iranian tanker, bound for Syria, in the Gibraltar Strait.
In a recent statement, Iran’s president said his country could reverse course on violating the 2015 nuclear deal if other participating nations make a move to save it.