Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says his country will not succumb to economic pressure by the Trump administration. "We are resisting an unprovoked aggression by the United States," Zarif
When Iran’s president and foreign minister arrived in New York a year ago for the opening of the United Nations General Assembly, they were riding high. At news conferences and in television appearances,
NEW YORK – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday accused Iranian leaders of being "bloodthirsty" and eager for war and suggested President Donald Trump would take additional steps to retaliate against
The U.S. plans to make Iran’s ‘exploratory violence’ a theme of this year’s U.N. General Assembly following Tehran’s alleged missile strike on Saudi oil facilities President Trump is likely to face an
Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, has said he will present a plan for Gulf security at this week’s UN general assembly, as Washington and Tehran fight for diplomatic advantage in the wake of the devastating
Iran’s foreign minister said US president Donald Trump had “closed the door” to any negotiations with Tehran with his decision on Friday to toughen sanctions on the Iranian central bank. Speaking in New
Setting the stage for President Donald Trump's address to the annual UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo put aside threats of US military retaliation against Iran for the attack.
Trump administration officials said Sunday that signs of deepening tensions between the US and Iran are proof the White House’s “maximum pressure” campaign is working. Critics of the strategy have raised
Iran has threatened to pursue and destroy any aggressor, and says war may be unavoidable in the wake of drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oilfields and a US troop build-up in the Gulf. A day after the head
President Donald Trump "would like a diplomatic solution" with Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday. "Our mission set is to avoid war. That's the task in front of us," Pompeo said on "Fox Sunday."