A senior Iranian diplomat has lashed out at some White House "hawks" for still insisting on its failed maximum pressure campaign against Iran, saying Washington’s assassination of Iranian “heroes” through state terrorism will end the US’s presence in the region.
Freshly invigorated by their resounding success in last month’s general election, the hard right Tory government is pressing ahead with its plans to radicalise Britain’s security environment even further.
Renowned American scholar and political activist Noam Chomsky said the United States’ recent assassination of Iran’s senior commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani is an act of “international terrorism,” if not anything “worse.”
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the army's operations against terrorist groups in the northwestern province of Idlib are aimed at eradicating terrorism as a threat to security and safety of the Arab nation.
The Iranian government spokesman on Monday denounced the United States sanctions against the Islamic Republic as “silent warfare” and a genocidal campaign of “terror”, following the US treasury secretary’s remarks which had described the Iran embargoes as some alternative for war.
North Korea has hit back at a US State Department report released last week, saying the report's description of Pyongyang as a sponsor of terrorism is an example of a "hostile policy" that may prevent denuclearization talks from progressing.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has lashed out at the United States for pursuing double standards toward the Islamic Republic, saying new regulations adopted by the White House would only worsen economic terrorism targeting the Iranian people.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said US President Donald Trump’s economic terrorism against Tehran has failed to hinder Iranian youth from developing “cutting-edge technology and nano-medicines.”
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday described the defeat of terrorists who’d holed up in Idlib as the key to ending the eight-year war gripping the country as he visited troops deployed to the frontlines of al-Habit town in the northwestern province.