Iranian President Hassan Rouhani vowed that the Islamic Republic would violate outstanding United Nations restrictions governing the country’s ballistic missile program and that the behavior would not violate the recent nuclear accord, according to a translation of the leader’s remarks performed by the CIA’s Open Source Center.
Hillary Clinton confidante Sidney Blumenthal ordered the former secretary of state to publicly praise an anti-Israel fringe group in order to give it “credibility” and help discredit Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. “neocons,” according to a batch of newly released emails sent to Clinton’s private address.
Senior State Department officials at the U.S. Embassy in Japan have been caught sending “sensitive” information over personal email accounts, subjecting the information potential hack attacks and other cyber threats, according to a new report by the department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
The proprietors of the Auschwitz concentration camp have found themselves in hot water after installing showers in the former Nazi extermination camp in a bid to “cool down” visitors to the onetime slaughterhouse, which is now a museum commemorating the Holocaust.
Gov. Scott Walker disclosed on Friday in a wide-ranging foreign policy speech that the FBI is investing Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS or ISIL) elements in all 50 states, a revelation that the Republican presidential candidate said is proof that the Obama administration is failing to adequately combat radical terrorist forces.
Iran’s foreign ministry on Wednesday reiterated its support for Hamas and other anti-Israel terrorist groups and said that aiding those who “stand against the Zionist regime is a principle of Iran’s policy.”
Up to 2,000 illegal immigrant children and their mothers could be released back into the United States as a result of a federal ruling last week that requires the Department of Homeland Security to free “without unnecessary delay” illegal children and their mothers from federal detention centers.
The Department of State on Tuesday left open the possibility that Iran could partially fund international inspections of its own contested nuclear sites, raising concerns that the Islamic Republic is being given too much control over the implementation of the recent deal reached with world powers.
Multiple senior officials in recent days have said that the Iranian nuclear deal will help the Islamic Republic fund its global terrorist operations, including the financial backing of Hamas and other regional groups, according to a briefing by an Israeli intelligence group.
Turkey’s top religious authority has launched a campaign against the so-called “Jedi religion,” the fantastical belief system featured in Star Wars, according to regional reports.