This week, Europe called out Iran's breach of the 2015 nuclear deal. Now, Iran is threatening European forces in the Middle East.
Britain, Germany, and France warned Iran that they might re-impose sanctions on its already struggling economy, if it doesn't get back in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal.
Massive crowds mourned Qassem Soleimani, as Iran vows "severe" revenge against the U.S. and the Iraqi Parliament votes to kick out American troops.
The breach threatens to kill the 2015 nuclear deal, which the U.S. has already abandoned.
His secretary of state has blamed Iran for recent attacks on oil tankers, but Trump says they're no big deal.
Tehran warned Europe that unless the bloc can soften the blow of U.S. sanctions, it will start growing its stockpile of enriched uranium.
President Hassan Rouhani warned Iran would resume some nuclear activity if the country faces more economic sanctions.
“If the Europeans linger over our demands, Iran has the right to resume its nuclear activities.”
The Israeli leader unveiled what he said were “secret nuclear files” that showed Iran had kept and expanded its nuclear weapons knowledge after signing the 2015 agreement.
“If anyone betrays the deal, they should know that they would face severe consequences.”
Iranian TV aired footage of missiles launches on Tuesday, drawing criticism from US lawmakers and officials. While the tests may violate some UN and US sanctions, they don't appear to breach last summer's nuclear agreement.