German Foriegn Minister Heiko Maas issued his sober assessment after a meeting with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, saying that there was no sign of a compromise over the Iran nuclear deal.
US President Donald Trump announced the US was pulling out of the landmark international nuclear accord with Iran, declaring he was making the world safer but dealing a profound blow to allies and deepening his isolation on the world stage.
US President Donald Trump announced the US is withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. Sanctions will be reimposed within 90 days.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel had obtained troves of documentation proving that Iran had never given up its nuclear ambitions.
US President Donald Trump is threatening to tear up the 2015 agreement aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear efforts. France's Emmanuel Macron will visit the US to persuade Trump from doing so.
US President Donald Trump welcomes the statement by North Korea and says he looks forward to a summit with Kim Jong-un.
The US adds seven Pakistani companies to a list of foreign entities that are subject to stringent export control measures, undermining Pakistan’s ambition of joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
US official says Iran's goal is to weaken Arab governments and turn proxy "Hezbolah-style" armies, they are training in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere, against those governments if they pursue policies that ran counter to Tehran’s interests.
US Vice President Mike Pence refuses to rule out meeting North Koreans attending the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, offering the faintest hope of a diplomatic breakthrough Tuesday.
United States yet to decide if it's going to respect commitments in the nuclear deal Tehran struck with world powers under the Obama administration. The pact eased economic pressure on Tehran in exchange for limits on its nuclear programme.
Pyongyang branded the sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council "vicious" and vowed revenge. US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned North Korea's ally China of repercussions if Beijing does not comply.
US originally pushed for a strict oil embargo and a ban on the assets of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, but diplomats say the asset freeze has been dropped from the resolution before the vote.
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