The EU foreign policy chief says IAEA’s verification mechanisms certify Iran’s full compliance with the deal and that Netanyahu’s remarks do not call into question Iran’s post-2015 commitments.
Skripal attack: Still no suspects, admits UK national security adviser but still blames Russia — RT UK News
British police still have no suspects in the Skripal poisoning investigation, the UK’s national security adviser has admitted to a committee of MPs, despite the government continuing to place blame squarely on Russia.
Bret Stephens is a political commentator who works for The New York Times and NBC News. Stephens was editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post between 2002 and 2004. His Jewish identity is mentioned hand-in-hand with his political orientation by The Times of Israel: “In criticizing Trump even after his electoral victory, Stephens joins other leading Jewish conservative voices, including Brooks, Jennifer Rubin and William Kristol.” His Jewish identity is pertinent because he is known as a neocon and a strong supporter of Israel. The one seems to reinforce the other. Furthermore, his position on Iraq was criminal and disastrous and now … Continue reading →
Arkady SAVITSKY: The process of sliding into a wider conflict in Syria sparked by clashes between Israel and Iran is gaining significant traction.
Israel ‘only state in Middle East that actually has nukes’: Analysts denounce Bibi’s Iran WMD claim — RT World News
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is the wrong person to accuse Iran of seeking nuclear weapons as his country has repeatedly refused to join any non-proliferation treaties which equates it to North Korea, Middle East experts told RT.