Iran's new president had to defend his new deal with the U.S.
Middle East/North Africa
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said he doesn’t believe his country can reach a peace deal.
The new president swaped traditional clerical garb for sports gear to soften his image.
The report suggests Pentagon officials may have misled lawmakers on the 2011 purchase of helicopters.
The statement marks another milestone in the effort to remove Bashar Assad’s stockpiles.
A group of 34 House members is calling on the Senate to approve legislation to tighten sanctions against Iran, a move the Obama administration says would disrupt ongoing nuclear negotiations with that country.
"It always seems impossible until it is done,” Kerry said.
Obama insists deal has halted Iran's progress on nuclear weapon.
“I think the interests are very similar,” Kerry told reporters after meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. “But there are questions of sovereignty, questions of respect and dignity, which are obviously significant to the Palestinians, and for the Israelis very serious questions of security and also of longer-term issues of how we end this conflict once and for all.”
Intelligence chief accuses Kerry of creating suspicion among U.S. allies.