Lawmaker Ahmad Hamzeh announced the reward in the Iranian parliament on Tuesday
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg turns to sarcasm to make her point on climate change as her nemesis Donald Trump hits out at the "prophets of doom".
Could Trump be removed from office? Euronews takes a look at what we know so far and what's next.
Andrew Peek, who has been advising the president on Europe and Russia issues, has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.
Alan Dershowitz will assist the US president in the upcoming Senate trial on Tuesday. The constitutional expert has said he will deliver arguments meant to shield Trump from allegations that he abused his power.
It's difficult to address injustice if you're unwilling to say injustice exists. Politicians and pundits, Republican and Democratic alike, have been unwilling to reprimand voters or hold them accountable. But racist voting isn't an accident.
They want Trump removed from office.
The lack of Patriot missile batteries at the base attacked by Iran shows how little forethought the U.S. put into the consequences of killing Soleimani.
Commissioner Phil Hogan said the deal was all about November's Presidential election.
When historians look at the course of events in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East at the beginning of 2020, it is not entirely unlikely that they might identify this year as a prelude to a new Great Game.
The Government Accountability Office says the government broke the law in withholding aid to Ukraine.
Right now, the Russians are busy hacking organizations, the presidential candidates are getting whiter, and we’re debating whether or not a woman can become president of the United States.
The trial is expected to begin next week.
If you logged into Twitter while Soleimani’s funeral was ongoing, you might have encountered a much different narrative about the Quds Force commander and the impact of his death. There, hundreds of thousands of people tweeted using the hashtag #IraniansDetestSoleimani.
Thanks to Donald Trump’s unilateral decision to assassinate Iran’s most popular public figure, we now see millions of Iranians taking to the very same streets; not demanding the Islamic Republic to justify its brutality in putting down the protests, but instead demonstrating national unity.
Would the 176 souls who perished on that plane still be alive had the United States not sought to kill Gen. Qassem Soleimani?
"I'm good at names, right?" Trump asked reporters.
A second term for President Trump will entrench the “energy dominance” agenda. A new Democratic administration will likely bring a tour de force of federal executive action on climate policy through US domestic, foreign and trade policy.
It was only put up in 2019. Six months later, it's been torched.
It is a sad reality that some in this world respond only to power. Qassem Soleimani was one of them. There comes a point in dealing with those like him when words fail and become worse than foolish. Missiles are then necessary.
It is possible that US withdrawal from the JCPOA is at the root of the escalating tensions between the two countries. After that, the region witnessed several attacks on American drones and other targets such as oil tankers in the Gulf and the Strait of Hurmuz.
The extrajudicial killing of Iranian official Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandis by US forces last week will set back Western-Iranian relations by decades, with repercussions not only across the region but across the world.
US Secretary of State Mike #Pompeo has been defending Trump's decision to kill Qassem Soleimani but refused to present evidence explaining why the Iranian military general was an "imminent threat".
The stampede erupted at a funeral procession for the top Iranian general killed in a US airstrike last week, Iranian state tv reported.
The U.S. has made no decision about withdrawing troops from Iraq, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday in response to a letter from a senior military officer that appeared to suggest a withdrawal was underway. The wording was an "honest mistake," he said.
The Pentagon said it will "follow the laws of armed conflict" and distanced itself from Trump's threat to target Iran's cultural sites.