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Jehovah’s Witnesses: Champions of religious freedom

Jehovah's Witnesses are law-abiding people of faith who follow a unique interpretation of the Bible. Russia's Supreme Court decided Witnesses' views make them “extremists,” and now 50 face criminal prosecution.
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This Iranian airline spreads violence and terror

Mahan Air has transported weapons and fighters to support the Iranian government's proxy wars in the Middle East. The nuclear deal didn't change their behavior one bit.
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Shareable graphics on Iran’s instability

Download these shareable graphics from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about factors spurring instability in Iran.
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U.S. applauds Canadian lawmakers’ rebuke of Iran over terrorism  

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urges nations to follow the example of Canadian lawmakers who strongly condemned Iran for sponsoring terrorism worldwide.
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Making room for peace in the Middle East

Jason Greenblatt, assistant to the president and special representative for international negotiations, recently identified “an opportunity for peace at hand” in the Middle East. Find out what he means.
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U.S. warns allies on business ties to Iran

A U.S. Treasury Department official warns that allies and U.S. companies will face risks if they keep doing business with Iran and helping fund its "destructive practices."
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Iran nuclear deal didn’t stop Iran’s aggression

During the time the Iran nuclear deal has been in effect, the Iranian government has forcefully continued the behavior the deal was supposed to prevent.
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President Trump leaves flawed Iran nuclear deal

President Trump said he was ending U.S. participation in the Iran nuclear deal and reimposing sanctions because it did not put a permanent stop on Iran's nuclear ambitions and end other hostile activities.
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How can a phone number stop a terrorist?

The United States is part of an international effort to keep people safe from returning terrorist fighters by sharing information such as fingerprints and phone numbers.