The rockets used in the recent chemical attacks in Syria that poisoned dozens of civilians, including children, were “Made in Germany,” Bild reports.
German politicians and the media seem to be growing impatient with the U.S. Senate’s failure to confirm President Trump’s choice for ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, more than four months after the longtime foreign policy expert was formally nominated.
While tens of thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets in protest, the German government is taking heat for what some are calling its pro-regime policy in Iran, and its decision to allow sanctuary and medical treatment for an alleged mass murderer from the Islamic Republic.
German security officials have accused Tehran of trying to develop nuclear-tipped missiles just days after President Trump decertified the Iran nuclear deal.
Iran tried to obtain illicit technology that could be used for military nuclear and ballistic missile programs, according to three German intelligence reports obtained by Fox News.
Iran continues efforts to advance its missile program in possible violation of an international agreement, and at least on occasion with the aid of a Chinese company, according to a damning recent report from a German intelligence agency.
A B-list German rapper who found stardom when he joined ISIS, cheated death and embarrassed the Pentagon topped himself when he got the girl – an FBI translator who set out to catch him and became his wife.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio told Fox News he’s “gravely concerned” about Iran’s role in helping Syria develop its chemical warfare program that ended up killing dozens of people weeks ago.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) arrested two Christians in late February as part of a brutal crackdown on Catholicism in the country’s West Azerbaijan Province.
The European policy Germans call “Willkommenskultur” – the enthusiastic embrace of refugees from Syria and other Muslim-majority countries, has morphed into a summer of terror.
Iran aggressively pursued biological and chemical weapons technology even as it negotiated an international deal to drop its nuclear program, according to a German intelligence report.
With the ink barely dry on the deal between the U.S. and Iran to prevent the Islamic Republic from securing nuclear weapons, a new German intelligence document charges that Iran continues to flout the agreement.