"The Trump administration stands alone, which explains why none of the E.U. governments were consulted about [Soleimani's] killing," one analyst said.
Iran has promised to avenge the killing of Soleimani, the architect of Iran's drive to extend its influence across the region.
Iran has vowed revenge and "harsh retaliation" after Soleimani's killing, leaving some fearing that Israel could face retribution as a close U.S. ally in the region.
Milder temperatures brought hope of relief from wildfires that have ravaged three states, claiming 24 lives and destroying almost 2,000 homes.
State television reported Iran will no longer abide by the limits of the deal, which restricted nuclear development in exchange for easing economic sanctions
Trump issued new threats late Saturday, saying the U.S. would attack 52 sites important to the country and its culture if Tehran retaliates against Americans or U.S. assets.
Australia is known for a large number of unprovoked shark encounters with humans.
The driver of the car had a high blood alcohol content and was driving particularly fast, a police source told The Associated Press.
Iran will no longer abide by any of the limits of its 2015 nuclear deal, the country's state television reported on Sunday.
Kenya's military said a pre-dawn attempt to breach security was repulsed, with at least four attackers killed.
Israeli rescue crews had to use scuba gear to reach the elevator and pull out the pair.
"Due to the developing situation in the region, U.S. Soccer has decided to postpone traveling to Qatar," the U.S. Soccer Federation said in a statement.
State media reported Saturday that Wang Zhimin, the most senior mainland political official in the protest-riven territory, was being replaced.
Vita Zhou, 8, has become an online celebrity with his learn-to-code videos amid a nationwide push to train young people in technology.
Twenty-three people have died in fires that have burned about 12.35 million acres of land and destroyed more than 1,500 homes.
Majid Takht Ravanchi told NBC News there will be "harsh revenge" for the killing and he believes the Trump administration "does not believe in dialogue."
After a U.S. strike killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, NBC News looks the secretive Quds Forces that he headed and his successor Maj. Gen. Esmail Ghaani.
Targets in Syria under threat included military outposts, officials said. In Lebanon, Soleimani was allegedly planning attacks on diplomatic targets.
Analysis: Iran has many weapons, from hackers to Hezbollah, and potential targets that range from embassies to individual U.S. citizens.
Analysis: The U.S. government justified the strike as an act of self-defense, but a top UN official questioned the operation in a series of tweets.
The attack happened in the town of Villejuif, about 5 miles south of central Paris.
The 62-year-old Major General led Iran's elite Quds Force, which had a hand in both fighting the Islamic State and U.S. forces.
The international benchmark for crude oil jumped 4.1%, or $2.70, to $68.95 a barrel in London trading.
"The great nation of Iran will take revenge for this heinous crime," the Iranian president tweeted.
Analysis: The escalation serves as further evidence that drawing-down troops from the Middle East is no simple task.