U.S. and Israel consider next steps to stifle Iran nuclear program
Wednesday, 11 September 2019 Following the U.S. exit from the Iran nuclear deal, tensions between the two countries have escalated. New reporting sheds light on how Israel has pushed for action against Tehran's nuclear ambitions. New York Times Magazine staff writer Ronen Bergman joined CBSN to explain what could come next.
Thousands of Israelis took to the streets on Saturday night (August 1) to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's alleged corruption and against his government's handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Ambassador of Israel to India Ron Malka on July 31 visited special testing site created at Dr Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital today to witness ongoing trials since last three days of rapid COVID-19 testing. Malka was accompanied by Principal Scientific Adviser to GOI, K. VijayRaghavan. This joint research is progressing according to the plan. It's being jointly developed in cooperation with DRDD Ministry of Defence Israel and DRDO, CSIR and PSA, India.
Jon Stewart spoke out about racism and police brutality in an interview with The New York Times Magazine. According to Business Insider, Stewart said in his interview that police perpetuate segregation. He spoke about George Floyd’s death, a black man killed while in police custody. Stewart said: "This is a cycle, and I feel that in some ways, the issue is that we're addressing the wrong problem." The former host said the police are a “reflection” of American society.
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard launched underground ballistic missiles as part of an exercise targeting a mock-up US aircraft carrier in the strategic Strait of Hormuz.
The military drill, code-named "Great Prophet-14", caused two American bases to go on alert, amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Washington after a series of escalating incidents last year.
The message behind this action was clearly aimed at the US, whose Navy routinely sails into the Persian Gulf from the Strait of Hormuz. Report by Avagninag. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Ukraine's foreign minister said on Tuesday it was too soon to blame human error for the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger airliner near Tehran in January. That's in contrast to what Iran has already said about the disaster. Adam Reed reports.
Iran has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. President Donald Trump and 35 others over the killing of top general Qassem Soleimani and has asked Interpol for help, Tehran prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr said on Monday, according to the Fars news agency. Edward Baran reports.