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Netanyahu told President Horacio Cartes that he’s joined U.S. President Trump, who has “changed policy in fundamental ways, not only on Jerusalem but also on Iran.
After Trump signed the waiver Friday, Iran deal critics in both the Senate and the House called for language that applies to all missiles.
How Iran reacts to sanctions.
Israel's biggest fear, is the possibility that North Korea might develop nuclear weapons on behalf of Iran.
"The FIFA Council has decided to refrain from imposing any sanctions or other measures on either the Israel FA or the Palestinian FA..."
“By definition, this is a compromise in order to get everyone on board,” French UN Ambassador François Delattre told reporters.
"What we do on North Korea will have a real impact on how other outlaw nations who seek nuclear weapons choose to conduct themselves in the future."
Iran is mulling “U.S. disloyalties along with increasing level (sic) of cooperation with our neighboring countries.”
"Over the last decade his family has suffered from his absence... We will not rest until the Levinson family is whole again."
"Our deeply rooted ties reflect our shared values, strategic interests, and dynamic economic and trade relationship."
Speaking in the Oval Office on Friday, President Trump said about the Iranians: "They're not behaving."
President Trump backed up his threat with new sanctions against Iran in response to Tehran's latest ballistic missile test.
A UN Security Council resolution compels Iran to stop any activity related to ballistic missiles 'designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.'
US Pres. Trump and Russia's Pres. Putin reportedly agreed in a phone call to coordinate efforts to "crush" ISIS in Syria and maintain "regular personal contacts."
A top Iranian military commander is traveling through the Middle East in violation of UN sanctions.
Cardin and Schumer called on their colleagues in both chambers to quickly advance the legislation when Congress reconvenes in September.
Iran announces it will pay for terror attacks in Israel (now that it's flush with cash from lifted sanctions.)
Even though Yesh Atid took a beating in the last election, Yair Lapid hopes to become prime minister next time around.
Netanyahu made it clear that Israel would still continue to closely monitor Iran’s activities.
In exchange, the US will offer clemency to 7 Iranian prisoners and reportedly other very major concessions.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan vows to resign his post if Russia's Pres. Putin can prove his claim that Ankara is importing oil from the ISIS terror group.