Iran

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Pompeo: Iran’s regime must comply with nuclear inspectors

Iran's regime is again denying an international agency's requests for access to two potential nuclear sites. See how the U.S. is pushing for compliance.
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Pompeo: U.S. ‘undaunted in our pursuit of bringing terrorists to justice’

The United States released its annual Country Reports on Terrorism, which look at U.S. and international efforts to combat terrorist threats.
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U.S. brings home wrongfully detained Americans

U.S. Navy veteran Michael White has returned home after nearly two years wrongfully detained in Iran. Learn more about recently released U.S. citizens.
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U.S. sanctions seek to deter Iran’s nuclear scientists

The United States sanctioned two scientists for working on Iran's nuclear program. See how the U.S. is seeking to deter the regime's scientists.
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Iran’s regime spends billions to limit citizens’ internet access

Iran is spending billions on an intranet that would block access to the internet. Find out about the regime's plan to control access to information.
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Iran’s answer to inflation: Fewer zeros

Rather than address Iran's runaway inflation by redirecting the money it uses to fund terrorism, the regime chose a different approach.
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Iranian regime official authorized police to kill protesters

The U.S. sanctioned Iran's interior minister for allowing police to kill protesters. Learn more about the regime's violence against its own citizens.
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Lifting arms embargo on Iran will fuel regime’s terrorism

A U.N. arms embargo against Iran's regime will soon expire. Learn why the U.S. is seeking to extend restrictions on the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
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Iran’s regime imprisons protesters, not perpetrators

Iran's regime is punishing protesters rather than those responsible for downing a civilian airliner. Learn more about the regime's response to the tragedy.