12 people were killed in the attacks which were the first Islamic State attack on Iran, which is fighting IS in Iraq and Syria
Newsbud's founder Sibel Edmonds is joined by members of the Newsbud team Professor Filip Kovacevic, Pye Ian and Spiro Skouras to examine the current US foreign policy strategy, and who is their next target.
As President Trump escaped a Washington shocked by his efforts to nix an FBI investigation into his campaign's alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 election, he landed in a Middle East in which endemic tension and conflict are far worse. It
Riddled with hypocrisy, clichés and absurdities, President Donald Trump's speech Sunday before an assembly of monarchs and despots in Saudi Arabia spelled out an agenda of escalating US militarism throughout the Middle East and a buildup in partic
US President Donald Trump has told Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that Iran will never have nuclear weapons.
Iranians yearning for detente abroad and greater freedoms at home have handed President Hassan Rouhani a second term, but the hardline forces he defeated in elections on Friday will remain defiantly opposed to his plans.
Iran's twelfth presidential elections are on May 19, and one policy platform that has come to define the state of freedoms is again surfacing as an important national discussion: the internet.
The Trump administration may issue waivers of some Iran nuclear-related sanctions in the coming days as it adheres, for now, to its commitments under the Iran nuclear deal, while carrying out a comprehensive review of its Iran policy.
With less than 10 days to go before Iranians head to the polls to elect a president and city council members, the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, cautioned against political unrest.
Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has underlined the need to jointly fight terrorism with Afghanistan.
Although the White House confirmed that Iran was living up to the 2015 JPCOA nuclear agreement, Congress is still moving forward with new sanctions against the country. Why? According to the Administration it's because they test missiles, support ter
Israel struck an arms supply hub operated by the Lebanese group Hezbollah near Damascus airport on Thursday, Syrian rebel and regional sources said, targeting weapons regularly sent from Iran via commercial and military cargo planes.
China and Iran have signed the first commercial contract for the reconstruction of Iran's Arak heavy water reactor. The core of the reactor was removed as part of an international agreement limiting Iran's nuclear program in return for the liftin
As President Trump wages a rhetorical battle with North Korea over its nuclear program, his secretary of state says the nuclear deal with Iran will now be placed under review.
Tillerson Declares P5+1 Pact a 'Failed Deal'
The Trump administration said on Tuesday it was launching a review on lifting the sanctions against Iran, noting Tehran has been complying with the deal the Obama administration put forth.
Iran - Only a fool would believe this rubbish. Only a scoundrel would claim it. Enter Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to Washington, Knesset member, a deplorable character, representing apartheid viciousness, defending the indefensible repr
The Trump administration's growing use of military force in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen has neoconservative hawks rooting for an armed confrontation with what they view as the root of all evil in the Middle East: Iran.
The real Donald Trump has been exposed. The man who promised a sensible and non-interventionist Middle Eastern policy and a reset with Moscow has now reneged on both pledges. His nitwit United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley has directly linked Russia
as they blast US for 'crossing red lines'..The command centre for the two countries and allied groups released a joint statement today saying they would 'respond to future breaches of red lines with force'
They Will "Respond With Force" If Syria "Red Lines" Crossed Again
Iran - Iran threatens no one. It's a leading global advocate for peace, stability, and mutual cooperation among all nations.
Democratic super-lobbyist Tony Podesta grossed more than $500,000 to represent a Chinese company criminally convicted in March of sending illegal shipments of telecom equipment to Iran, The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group has lea