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Iran’s Former Ambassador Admits Regime Change Is Only Option for Iran

Iran’s former ambassador to Germany, Seyed Hossein Mousavian, made an argument on Ohio-based talk show Going Global with David Delgado on Monday evening that regime change is truly the only option for the Islamic Republic, because the nation will not change its behavior and “behave like a normal country” to have sanctions removed, as United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Trump administration has suggested.

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Gorka: President Trump Unlikely to Recertify Iran Deal

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, chief strategist for the MAGA Coalition, joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow for a full hour on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about the possible end of the Iran nuclear deal. Gorka said that “the jury is not out” on the potential recertification of the Iran nuclear deal in October.

US President Donald Trump wants to confront Iran over its ballistic missile program

UN: Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal Again

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations’s nuclear watchdog group, reported on Wednesday that Iran has violated the terms of the nuclear deal again, exceeding a limit of 130 metric tons for heavy water. Iran exceeded the same limit last February.

FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2010 file photo, an Iranian security officer directs media at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, with the reactor building seen in the background, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. State TV says the Guardian Council, Iran's constitutional watchdog, ratified a bill Wednesday, …

AP: Secret Iran Nuclear Deal Docs Lift Restrictions After 11 Years

Key restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program imposed under an internationally negotiated deal will ease in slightly more than a decade, cutting the time Tehran would need to build a bomb to six months from present estimates of a year, according to a document obtained Monday by The Associated Press.

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Iran Claims to Remove Core of Arak Heavy Water Reactor

AFP’s report on the possible decommissioning of the Arak heavy-water reactor in Iran is somewhat confusing, because it begins by factually stating that Iran has “removed the core of its Arak heavy water reactor and filled part of it with cement,” quoting a spokesman for the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization to that effect.

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