- World/Middle East
- 2019-06-24 16:10:40Z
President Trump announced Monday that he will impose additional economic sanctions on Iran in response to recent acts of aggression that have sharply escalated tensions between the two nations in recent weeks."We will continue to increase pressure on Tehran," Trump said in the Oval Office before signing an executive order imposing the new sanctions. "Never can Iran have a nuclear weapon."The executive order, which expands upon existing sanctions that have effectively deprived Iran of oil-export revenue, freezes the assets of officials serving at the highest levels of the Iranian government, including those assets held by the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khomeini.Addressing...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday his country will do "everything" to prevent arch-rival Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, during a visit by a senior Russian security official. Israel has carried out repeated strikes to prevent Iranian forces becoming embedded in neighbouring Syria, where both Iran and Moscow back the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
A woman in Florida was arrested for theft June 15 after turning her husband's guns over to police. She was reportedly afraid for her life.
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The plane was engulfed in flames when firefighters made it to the crash site about an hour drive from Honolulu.
The unusual move highlights a growing rift between Congress and the White House over the Trump administration's staunchly pro-Saudi policies.
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Egypt said Wednesday that the U.N. human rights office was trying to politicize the death of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, who collapsed inside a Cairo courtroom during his trial this week. Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president who hailed from the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, was buried under heavy security early on Tuesday, a day after his dramatic collapse and death inside a Cairo courtroom. Rupert Colville, spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, called Tuesday for a "prompt, impartial, thorough and transparent investigation" into Morsi's death on Monday.
We've all got that one, go-to heinous "meal" we eat at the kitchen counter illuminated only by the light of the fridge. Twitter user @hayley_hud asked her followers to share "the worst depression meal you've ever made." She then proceeded to post her own, which is "toast with a chick fil a sauce," a dish she labels an "abomination." I can't say I disagree.> Hey y'all please reply with the worst depression meal you've ever made...here is my abomination, toast with chick fil a sauce pic.twitter.com/9qIM8aQZ2T> > -- Saddington 2 ✈️ (@hayley_hud) June 18, 2019Looking through the thread of what people consider to be their saddest food attempts...
Iran is in talks with Russia and China on a possible settlement mechanism in case discussions with EU over a nuclear deal fail, the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security council, Ali Shamkhani, said, according to Russia's TASS news agency. Tehran said in May it would reduce compliance with the nuclear pact it agreed with China, Russia and other world powers in 2015, in protest at the United States' decision to unilaterally pull out of the agreement and reimpose sanctions last year.
(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump's plan to begin deporting "millions" of undocumented immigrants as soon as next week will start with people who have defied final deportation orders, acting Immigration, Customs and Enforcement Director Mark Morgan said Wednesday.Morgan told Fox News that the process would begin with those who have had previous access to a lawyer and a court hearing but haven't complied with the final edict. ICE will help people who voluntarily comply execute an "ordered, dignified" exit from the U.S., he said. "We have a demographic that has had an enormous amount of due process," Morgan said. "We're not going to exempt any demographic."The president's announcement...
While officials say the Staten Island woman died from a sudden heart attack, her son says he doesn't believe it, saying she would still be alive if she never went to the country.