NIAC questions to Mike Pompeo
Prior to a speech scheduled to be delivered by the US Secretary of State to a group of selected Iranian-Americans, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) has set an apology by Pompeo as a starting point for talks and asks him: Trump and his administration have uniquely and negatively targeted Iranians since January '17.
Charles Freeman: Trump throwing world order into chaos
In an interview with Persia Digest, former US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia said about the new US strategy on Iran: “Secretary Pompeo's "strategy" for dealing with Iran amounted to a call for regime change. It was welcomed by Israel and a few Gulf Arab states but spurned by the world's great powers, none of which is prepared to join the United States in military confrontation with Iran.”
Joint statement by Europeans to support the JCPOA
In an article dated 29 April 2018, France24.com writes that Britain, France and Germany have agreed that the nuclear deal that U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to scrap remains the best way of stopping Tehran getting nuclear weapons, British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said on Sunday.
Pompeo reveals big lies about Iran nuclear activities
Former CIA Chief and Trump’s Secretary of State nominee, Mike Pompeo, has confessed to twelve years of making up lies by the US about Iran’s nuclear activities at his confirmation hearing, saying: “Iran wasn’t racing to a weapon before the deal. There is no indication that I’m aware of that if the deal no longer existed that they would immediately turn to racing to create a nuclear weapon today.”
Iran missile issue essentially settled between US/EU
AP in Washington writes the future of the landmark Iran nuclear deal hangs in the balance and its survival may depend on the unlikely success of last-minute European interventions with President Donald Trump.
Read the latest on Iran protests
After the passing of 12 days of protests nationwide in Iran, relative calm has returned to its cities. Some members of the opposition believe that protests have died down in smaller cities due to a lack of internet connection and access to social networks. Nevertheless, it seems the volume and intensity of protests has waned in total; although, peaceful silent marches are taking place.