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House Passes Bill to Enforce Ballistic Missile Sanctions on Iran

House Foreign Affairs Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) called upon President Barack Obama to keep his promise to the American people that he will “‘fully enforce’ sanctions on Iran’s illicit programs and confront its dangerous acts” following Tuesday’s passage of the Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act (HR 3662) by the House of Representatives.

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As Rouhani Tours Europe, France Requests New Sanctions on Iran

Paris has asked its European partners to consider the possibility of imposing new sanctions on Tehran after the recent missile tests conducted by the Islamic Republic. The news emerged just as Iran’s Supreme Leader Hassan Rouhani begins his two-day visit

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Iran Vows to ‘Speed Up’ Missile Program After U.S. Delays Sanctions

Iranian regime officials have pledged to respond to any coming U.S. sanctions by “forcefully” continuing to boost “its missile capabilities,” announced defense minister Brig Gen Hossein Dehqan on Friday. The Obama White House was said to be preparing financial sanctions


U.S. Readying Missile Sanctions Against Iran

The United States is preparing new sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran after the regime in Tehran conducted ballistic missile tests in violation of international sanctions.


Russia to Commence Construction of Two Iran Nuclear Plants

Russia will break ground on two new nuclear power plants in Iran next week, adding to Iran’s nuclear capacity, officials said, after a deal was signed last year in Moscow by the countries’ state-run atomic agencies.

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Royce: Obama ‘Whitewashing’ Iran Deal Revelations

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) is blasting the Obama administration for “whitewashing” information on a potentially nuclear Iran because the revelations could damage the controversial Iran deal.

Technicians work at a uranium processing site in Isfahan 340 km (211 miles) south of the Iranian capital Tehran, March 30, 2005. France, Britain and Germany are considering letting Iran keep nuclear technology that could be used to make bombs, an apparent move towards a compromise with Tehran, diplomats said …

Krauthammer: Nuclear Iran Will Be More ‘Risky’ Than Cold War

Columnist Charles Krauthammer argued that nuclear Iran will be more “difficult” and “risky” than the Cold War on Wednesday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” Krauthammer said, “We are so far down the road of acquiescence that it would be nearly impossible for