While Pompeo was in the Gulf, the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) announced a surprise exercise in which Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bombers were launched.
Someone in the defense apparatus decided to leak to the New York Times the possibility that Trump wanted to hit Iran's major nuclear plant.
"It’s a very dangerous situation because Egypt is not going to be able to live that way. And they’ll end up blowing up the dam."
Most of the 46 attacks documented by Human Rights Watch appeared to involve the use of explosive weapons with wide-area effects in populated areas.
Taiwan is a major investor in the autonomous region of Guangxi, with more than a thousand Taiwanese startups and close to $5 billion in exports.
Greece, Israel, and Cyprus have established an alliance to counter Turkey. Greece and Cyprus are historic adversaries of Turkey.
The offer to buyout the Russian systems would give Erdoğan a path back to becoming an active member of NATO once again.
In the end, the authors say, the US must make up it mind whether it wants to stay in the Middle East and block hostile players such as Iran from tipping the balance against Western interests.
At 6.45 gigawatts, the dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa when completed, as well as the seventh largest in the world.
Secretary Pompeo believes peace with Taliban will succeed if they cooperate with the Afghan government.
Intelligence from Israel helped confirm the details of Solemani's location.
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"To the Iranian government: Be careful what you wish for — a country that depends on the ability to refine oil for its existence needs to be cautious."
The liquid-fueled Shahab-3 can reportedly deliver a nuclear weapon and has been referred to by Iranian officials as one of the country’s “Israel-hitting” missiles.
Trump was asked about the planned troops expansion on Thursday and responded: “There might be a threat and if there is a threat, it will be met very strongly."
"The takeover of the US embassy 40 years ago, on November 4, 1979, destroyed Washington’s fictitious grandeur."
A unit of the Russian military police has arrived in the Syrian town of Kobani to patrol the territory in cooperation with Turkey.
The rocket attack comes after Saudi Arabia’s oil supply came under an attack by drones and cruise missiles on September 14, cutting in half the Saudi oil production.
The Kurdish civilian administration in northeastern Syria issued a “general mobilization” call on Wednesday, in preparation for a full-blown Turkish invasion.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Monday denounced Trump's decision to pull US troops out of northeastern Syria, calling it a "stain on America's honor."
Saudi Arabia has vowed to "confront and deal with this terrorist aggression."
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned that Iran is choosing a "dangerous path" of "illegal and destabilizing" behavior.
The Russians warned that the incident may have serious consequences and that "responsibility for that will rest entirely on those who never stop their attempts to exert maximum illegitimate pressure on Teheran and Damascus."
Meanwhile, Panama announced on Thursday that the ship, Grace 1, had been taken off its international boat registry on May 29, and can they have their flag back.
Reportedly, the RQ-4 Global Hawk made by Northrop Grumman Corp cost more than the new F-35 stealth fighters.
Meanwhile, according to Fars News, a former employee of the Iranian Defense Ministry's Aerospace Industries Organization was executed for carrying out espionage operations for the White House and the CIA.
Congressional leaders were briefed in the Situation Room. When they came out, Congressional Democrats urged the president to ask Congress for authorization for military action.
"I want to call on everyone to be very careful about filtering fake news, which will certainly be plentiful in the media."
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan stressed that “our biggest focus at this point is to prevent Iranian miscalculation.”
President Trump looked at him and said: "How can they say that you are a terrorist? You are a man of peace."