A bomb has exploded in a car in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, killing one man and injuring two other people in what police suspect is the fourth targeted car bombing in just over a year.
U.S. President Donald Trump says nations in the Middle East must confront parties “such as the Iranian regime” as part of efforts to defeat “murderous” terror groups and radical militias in the region.
The Turkish-born head of a U.S. metals company was sentenced to 57 months in prison on September 7 for conspiring to illegally export missile-grade metallic powder to Iran.
Protests and strikes have continued in Baneh and other cities of Iran's Kurdistan province since Monday, as a result of a deadly incident blamed on border guards.
The Syrian army announced that Israel has targeted one of its facilities in Hama province early on Thursday, which a war monitor said was a branch of the government agency accused by the U.S. of producing chemical weapons.
U.S. prosecutors have charged several former top aides to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with involvement in a conspiracy to secretly help Iran evade U.S. sanctions.
A protest assembly, calling for the release of a board member of the Union of the Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company (UWTSBC), was violently suppressed on Tuesday, September 5 in front of Majlis, Iran’s parliament.
In an unprecedented gesture, the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader, ayatollah Ali Khamenei has responded to a letter written by the most prominent Sunni cleric in Iran.