Israel’s bombing of an Iraqi nuclear site forty years ago didn’t end Saddam’s program — it accelerated it. This pattern is repeating with Iran today.
The US has lost its bargaining power with Iran, and its allies have lost faith in its ability to influence the Middle East.
A maritime intelligence firm identified the stricken vessel as the MV Helios Ray, a Bahamian-flagged ship. The incident recalled the summer of 2019 when the same site saw a series of suspected attacks that the US blamed on Iran, which Tehran denied.
As President-elect Joe Biden readies to take office next month, European powers are hopeful the US will return to the pact but Iran has already abandoned limits placed on its nuclear activity laid down in the initial deal.
In the wake of an Iranian nuclear scientist's death, Tehran lawmakers passed a bill calling for further expansion to Iran's nuclear programme and an end to inspections of nuclear facilities by the UN atomic energy watchdog.
Iranian authorities blame Israel and an exiled opposition group for the assassination of its top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
The warning comes as Iran’s clerical and military rulers blame Israel for the killing of its foremost nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
The first missile boats of “Project Magen” docked at Israel’s Haifa port, with three more of the corvettes scheduled to arrive over the next two years.
The fatal security breach which left Iran’s chief nuclear scientist dead leaves Iran with a hard decision, strike back now or wait for a less combative Biden administration.
Top Iranian official says Israel used "electronic devices" to remotely kill Mohsen Fakhrizadeh who was laid to rest in a cemetery in northern Tehran.
Lawmakers agree to "stop the surveillance of the IAEA spies" of Iranian nuclear facilities in response to assassination of top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Body of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh taken to first of several revered Shia Muslim shrines ahead of his burial set for Monday.
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