President Trump to decertify Iran nuclear deal in major shift in U.S. policy
Friday, 13 October 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will strike a blow against the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement in defiance of international support for it on Friday, choosing not to certify that Tehran is complying with the deal in a major reversal of U.S. policy.
A consortium of Russian and Iranian companies signed an agreement with Tehran to develop two oilfields located on the country’s border with Iraq, according to... OilPrice.com - MarketsAlso reported by •Reuters
Ann Coulter slammed President Trump on Twitter over the spending bill.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter took to Twitter on Friday and slammed President Trump for signing the $1.3.. Source: Geo Beats -
On Friday, the announcement of US President Donald Trump's new national security advisor, John Bolton, was met with strong worldwide reactions, both positive and negative. In recent months, Bolton has.. Source: Wochit News -
New White House national security adviser John Bolton has a complicated history of clashes with U.S. intelligence agencies. It may suggest how he will handle North Korea and Iran, two of the toughest.. Source: Wochit News -
Democracy Post editor Christian Caryl says President Trump's new national security adviser is more capable than other administration officials. That could be a problem. Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
Stocks fell to fresh session lows in the final hour of trading on Friday. The descent towards a market correction comes amid concerns about US trade policy and retaliation from China. On Thursday,.. Source: Wochit Business -
Europe is watching closely how the appointment of the hawkish John Bolton as US National Security Adviser could effect the relationship with some of America's closest allies. Bolton is skeptical of the.. Source: Euronews English -