Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

Iran Plans ‘Day of Fight’ as Sanctions Return on Embassy Takeover Anniversary

Iran has designated November 4 a “day of fight” against the “U.S.-Israeli-Saudi triangle of terrorism.” The date is significant for two reasons: it is the anniversary of Iran’s monstrous takeover of the U.S. embassy in Tehran in 1979 and, not coincidentally, it was chosen by the United States as the day renewed sanctions against Iran will take effect.

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Iran Reaches Out to Pakistan as Sanctions Loom

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Wednesday to discuss border issues, energy, and greater cooperation on regional matters such as the conflicts in Yemen and Afghanistan.

Pakistani stocks rebound on Saudi financial deal

International Court of Justice Orders U.S. to Weaken Iran Sanctions

Iran celebrated a victory at the International Court of Justice on Wednesday as the court ordered the United States to weaken sanctions because they supposedly violate the 1955 Treaty of Amity between the U.S. and Iran and would cause undue hardship for Iranian civilians.

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Iran Threatens to Withdraw from Nuclear Deal as Israel Prepares for Major Announcement

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi indicated on Monday that Iran is preparing to withdraw from the nuclear deal crafted by President Barack Obama. The move comes just hours before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to deliver an address reports claim will reveal that Iran has violated the deal.

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Saudis, Israel Present United Front Against Iran Threat

Saudi Arabia and Israel both called on Sunday for a new push against Iran, signaling a growing alignment in their interests, while U.S. lawmakers promised to seek new sanctions on the Shi’ite Muslim power.

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