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The US has devised a plan to improve the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal over time with the help of Germany, France and Britain, in exchange for the US not withdrawing from the pack and renewing sanctions relief in May.Under this plan, the US would ask for fewer modifications than it did in January, but would still insist that Iran’s development of ballistic missiles is targeted, the inspections of Iran’s nuclear facilities are expanded,

In the coming months, the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal will come under a great deal of scrutiny in the US as the deadline for Donald Trump’s ultimatum draws closer.Last month, Trump said that if the flaws with the nuclear deal (also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action of JCPOA) are not fixed by May then he will withdraw the US from the deal.

US Senators Todd Young (R-IN) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) took charge of a letter that was sent to President Donald Trump. They called for Trump to consider further sanctions on Iran given its ongoing ballistic missile program.They also highlighted that Iran’s actions represent a serious threat to the national security of the United States and to the American troops that have been deployed abroad. Also, the Iran threat endangers American interests and allies.

The Iranian Regime is becoming increasing scared of Donald Trump’s words and actions regarding the future of the nuclear deal and of Europe lack of opposition to Trump.Last week, Trump gave the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) one last chance, announcing that ifthe deal had not been sufficiently amended by May, he would withdraw the US from it.Trump wants to ensure that “Iran never even comes close to possessing a nuclear weapon,

UNITED NATIONS: Iran has violated a UN arms embargo by failing to block supplies to Yemen's Houthi rebels of ballistic missiles that were fired at Saudi Arabia, according to a UN experts' report seen by AFP on Friday.The finding is expected to bolster accusations from the US and Saudi Arabia that Iran has supplied weaponry to the Houthis in their war against the Saudi-led coalition.

  President Trump extended waivers of nuclear sanctions against Iran for another four months, as the “last time”, and with the condition of fixing the serious flaws in the deal. The act supplemented with extra non-nuclear sanctions against individuals and entities related to the Iranian regime’s missile program and human rights violators.Following the President Trumps stance on the issue,

 

Trump Warns This Might Be Final Iran Deal Waiver, President Trump renewed the Iran nuclear deal, but said that this will be the last time. The deal, which must be renewed every 120 days,

WASHINGTON, New York Times, January 12, 2018 — President Trump again stopped short of reimposing punitive sanctions on Iran that could break up its nuclear deal with world powers, the White House said on Friday. But Mr. Trump gave European allies only 120 days to agree to an overhaul of the deal or administration officials said he would pull the United States out of it.

By Dave Boyer 

President Trump is re-certifying the Iranian nuclear deal Friday for another 120 days but warned it’s the last time, as the U.S. seeks a tougher agreement against Tehran with European allies, and the administration slapped Iran with fresh sanctions.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday sanctioned five Iranian-based entities it tied to Tehran’s weapons programme.The U.S. Treasury Department said in a statement on its website that it had sanctioned Shahid Eslami Research Center, Shahid Kharrazi Industries, Shahid Moghaddam Industries, Shahid Sanikhani Industries and Shahid Shustari Industries.