"Membership of the #B_team - Bolton, Bin Salman, Bin Zayed & "Bibi" - give immunity for any crime," Iran's Foreign Minister tweeted.Full Story
"We call on Iran, and all countries, to respect the free flow of energy and commerce, and freedom of navigation."Full Story
France is determined to continue trading with Iran despite new U.S. sanctions.
The Trump administration announced on Monday that they would be cancelling waivers to eight countries buying oil from Iran as they tighten the economic blockade against the Persian Gulf nation.
The waiver allowed China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Italy and Greece to buy Iranian oil without the risk of sanctions by Washington.
U.S. President Donald Trump wants to end the waivers to exert "maximum economic pressure" on Iran by cutting off its oil exports and reducing its main revenue source to zero.
The Trump administration is cracking down on trade partners that are still purchasing oil from Iran in an attempt to force regime change inside the Persian Gulf nation.
HispanTV and Press TV say they are blocked by Youtube from uploading video and footage, and this isn't the first time.
“What is important here is the solidarity and determination between us,” said the Foreign Minister of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Ten days after the Trump administration declared Iran's IRGC forces as a terrorist entity, Tehran has responded by adding the U.S. Armed Forces in the Middle East to their terrorist watch list.
The Iran's Foreign Minister traveled to Damascus on Tuesday to meet with the Syrian President and Syrian Foreign Minister.