The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called for international action against the Islamic Republic of Iran after US seized an Iranian weapons shipment bound for Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Canadian lawyers filed lawsuit against Iran on behalf of victims abroad the Ukrainian plane shot down by Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps last month.
A German army translator originally from Afghanistan and his wife were on trial on Monday, accused of spying for Iranian government, Al Jazeera reported.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor office called on Iranian authorities to hand over black boxes from the crashed passenger plane, which was “unintentionally” downed by the country’s Revolutionary forces last week, Reuters reported.
Diplomats from Britain, France and Germany plan to trigger on Tuesday the dispute mechanism in 2015 Iran nuclear deal aimed at saving it and bring back Iran to its commitments, Reuters reported.
US President Donald Trump spoke by phone with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about several issues among them Iran and North Korea, Reuters reported.
The head of UK’s Royal Navy Admiral Tony Radakin told BBC English on Tuesday that Iran’ threats on the British shipping in the Gulf have not disappeared.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday slammed pro-Iran militias in Iraq for a recent attack near Baghdad International Airport that wounded five Iraqi soldiers.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called for the release of two French nationals who have been detained in Iran, France 24 reported.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared on Wednesday that the recent protests in Iran are clear sign of “real popular dissatisfaction” with the authorities, Reuters reported.