Iran calls United States fight against ISIS "a lie"
15 June, 2017, 01:39 | Author: Ora Austin
"In the event that America wages a war against Iran, all of that country's military bases in the region will be in danger, as Iran is capable of hitting targets with its missiles within a range of 2,000 kilometers", Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said on Wednesday.
Referring to Iran as "the number one terrorist state", the USA president said the Middle Eastern country supplies money and weapons to terrorist groups.
Days later attacks in Tehran killed 17 people, claimed by hardline Sunni militants Islamic State.
In the meantime, deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brig.
Iran repeated accusations that Saudi Arabia funds Islamic militants including Islamic State.
On the future of economic relationship between the two countries, the Birmingham fellow predicted it would be limited in near future. While Iran backs President Bashad al-Assad, Riyadh follows a US-led coalition for changing the regime with the help of insurgents. Trump has frequently called the agreement "one of the worst deals ever signed" and said Washington would review it.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif left Oslo for Tehran late Tuesday after a two-day visit for taking part in Oslo Forum and holding talks with officials of a number of countries on the sidelines of the forum.
Trump cares nothing about climate change In the communique, the US added a footnote saying it's taking its own steps to reduce the country's carbon footprint. By this announcement, Trump claims he is only fulfilling his "solemn duty to protect America and its citizens".
Urging the USA administration to revise its approach to the deal, repeatedly decried by Trump as the "worst deal ever negotiated", the top Iranian diplomat argued that in the long run the USA "will find it necessary to abide by the deal", as cited by Iran Front Page News.
Zarif said the US's failure to honor its obligations was not a new issue and that Iran had little economic interaction with the United States beyond the purchases of aircraft, which he said proceeded well despite the US's failure to perform in other areas.
Zarif's remarks came in the wake of deadly attacks on Iran's parliament and the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in Tehran on June 7.
Those attacks, which left at least 12 people dead, were claimed by ISIS.
At an Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh last month, U.S. President Donald Trump accused Iran of fueling "the fires of sectarian conflict and terror" and called for its worldwide isolation.
Commenting on the statement at the time, Zarif called it "repugnant" and slammed a new round of United States sanctions against Iran recently approved by Senate.
He indicated in his testimony that they would absolve him of the charges the president and his lawyers have lobbed at him. Pressed on the issue Friday, Mr Trump said: "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future".
Green knows there are those out there who wish he wasn't so confrontational all the time, but in his mind, he's got to be him. In some ways, Green's postgame banter was a way to deflect from everything that happened in the game itself.
The NBA #Hall Of Famer would be visiting Pyongyang at this tense moment between Washington and Pyongyang over the nuclear threat. Rodman, who appeared on Trump's reality TV show in 2009 and again in 2013, went on to endorse Trump's candidacy in 2015.
He has been dogged by questions about possible additional encounters with the ambassador, Sergey Kislyak ever since. Instead, he described his refusal as a long-standing "policy" of the Department of Justice.
It's coming in the form of Metroid: Samus Returns which is basically a remake of Metroid II with improved graphics and controls. For Metroid , they showed off a new Samus Aran figure and a squishy alien creature breaking out of its glass enclosure.
The Dodgers have won each of Clayton Kershaw's last seven starts, a streak they'll try to stretch against Cleveland. In addition to the strained left hamstring, Cespedes incurred soreness in his right quadriceps during his rehab.
In addition, USA crude stockpiles fell by 1.7 million barrels, less than the expected decline of 2.7 million barrels. ET, the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 160.94 points, or 1.05 per cent, to 15,218.61.
But Republicans can only afford to lose support for the bill from just two of their 52 senators for that legislation to pass. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), a key figure in the Senate's health care debate, said he wasn't as confident in the process.
Some critics accused Trump of exploiting a terror attack for political gain and many politicians reached out in support of Khan. Mr Khan has refused to be drawn into responding to the President saying he simply hasn't got the time given the attack.
Yanez testified Friday that he meant that he didn't know where the gun was "up until I saw it in his right thigh area". But during closing arguments on Monday, Yanez's defense team said Castile reached for his gun when he was told not to.
It is due to present its platform for the next session in the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament on June 19. Asked if her still supported May after the shock election result Friday morning, Johnson said, "Early days".
Cabinet ministers rally behind Turnbull on energy policy
The meeting, let's be clear, was a presentation of the Finkel report followed by thoughts and feelings about Finkel's findings. Renewable energy plants could then partner with other forms of generation such as energy storage to meet these requirements.
Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco
Friday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers dominated the Warriors , 137-116, in game four of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena . The incident occurred with one minute, 54 seconds remaining in the opening frame of Game 4 with the Warriors trailing 37-27.