On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 16, the UN says Iran has complied with last year's nuclear disarmament deal and sanctions are lifted. In a prisoner swap, Iran also freed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and four other Americans it…
Iran freed five Americans, including "Washington Post" reporter Jason Rezaian, who had been jailed 18 months on espionage charges that his newspaper called "trumped up". "The Post" said it couldn't be happier about his release. Rezaian and three other men…
By Associated Press
The release of four Americans detained by Iran won praise on Saturday from several Republicans running for president, along with condemnation of the Obama administration for its dealings with the Islamic Republic.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
Iran's release of Americans prisoners puts Republicans vowing to isolate Tehran in a tough spot, removing an argument that the U.S. should not lift sanctions while Americans are being held.
By Michael D. Regan
Four Americans including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian will be freed from Iranian jail as part of a prison exchange agreement with the United States, officials said Saturday.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press and Robert Burns, Associated Press
TAMPA, Florida — Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Thursday it appears a navigational error caused the crews of two Navy boats to stray into Iranian waters in the Persian Gulf, where they were detained overnight by Iran and released.
By PBS NewsHour
Ten U.S. sailors were released after being held overnight by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. They were seized when two boats drifted into Iranian waters due to faulty navigation systems. State Secretary John Kerry credited the speedy resolution to improved relations. Chief…
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin joined Wednesday in calling for a tough global response to North Korea's recent nuclear test, even as they remained at odds over Ukraine and Syrian President Bashar Assad.
By Corinne Segal
Mahdi Barchian photographs the unthinkable: life without water.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
Iran released 10 U.S. sailors after holding them for less than a day when their small boats entered Iranian waters.
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