The United States is undertaking a government-wide review of U.S. policy toward Iran, including whether suspension of sanctions related to Iran under the JCPOA “is vital to the national security interests of the United States.”
“Peace [between Israel and the Palestinians] will only come from direct negotiations, not from one-sided Security Council meetings and one-sided resolutions.”
The U.S. supports Saudi Arabia’s 2030 plan that seeks to diversify their energy production beyond traditional fossil fuel sources.
The United States Treasury Department has imposed sanctions on Sohrab Soleimani, the former head of the Tehran Prison Organization, and the Organization itself for serious human rights abuses.
The U.S. State Department has named five individuals as specially designated terrorists.
Abu Anas al-Ghandour is a military commander for the Specially Designated Foreign Terrorist Group Hamas. He has been involved in many terrorist operations.
Twenty-nine years ago today, then-Iraqi President Saddam Hussein started Operation Anfal, his murderous campaign against the populations in northern Iraq.
“Their lives,” said Mrs. Trump, “Remind us of the boundless capacity of the human spirit when guided by moral clarity and desire to do good.”
At the start of the holiest week in the Christian calendar, terrorists struck two Coptic Christian churches in Egypt.
During King Abdullah II’s recent visit to the White House, President Donald Trump pledged to preserve and strengthen the relationship between the United States and Jordan.
“The United States is committed to ensuring NATO has the capabilities to support our collective defense."
The visit built on three mutual long-term goals: working together to defeat ISIS, also known as DAESH; building stability in the region; and bolstering economic ties between the United States and Turkey.