The Islamic Republic has accused the U.S. of violating the 2015 nuclear deal, and says its relaunched program will be more advanced than ever.
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This weekend, Iranian attack vessels came close to a United States Navy tracking ship, causing it to change course in the Strait of Hormuz.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu attended an event commemorating the 25th anniversary of an Iranian-sponsored terror attack against Israel in Argentina. At the event he stated that the majority of Israel’s security concerns stem from Iran.
American officials are working on a proposal that would classify Iran's most powerful security organization as a terror group.
In the wake of heightened sanctions by the U.S., Iran defiantly holds more military drills, to which America responds Tehran is "playing with fire."
After this week's Iranian test launch of a ballistic missile - which caused the White House to put the Islamic Republic "on notice" - it is clear that Iran is not only challenging the U.S., but checking to see what the American response to such behavior will be going forward.
New American ambassador Nikki Haley calls Iranian test "absolutely unacceptable."
After Iran carried out a test launch of a ballistic missile - a test it claims doesn't breach the international nuclear agreement - PM Netanyahu called on the United States and United Nations to take action against the Islamic Republic.
Iran has conducted a test launch of a nuclear-capable ballistic missile, in direct violation of its international nuclear agreement.
Iran is strengthening its core pillars which are anchored in anti-Israeli, anti-American, and anti-Semitic politics, while ramping up its attempts to intimidate the U.S.