Iran says it doesn’t want war with the US

EU to create special payment channels with Iran despite US sanctions – Mogherini

Donald Trump has addressed his rather embarrassing United Nations speech the other day by diving straight into the kind of head-in-the-sand carry-on that elicited the now famous UN-wide chuckle. Iran's leaders have claimed the fomenting this unrest and pushing for regime change, though the White House has officially denied this. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

He said the US has isolated itself by pulling out from the accord but would return to the deal because "nobody benefits from the current situation". Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani has suggested reimposed US sanctions could lead to a "successful revolution" against the regime.

Trump pulled America out of the accord in May and is re-imposing sanctions on Iran.

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He also reiterated his reasoning for pulling out of the United Securities Council previous year and added that the United States will no longer recognize the U.N.'s International Criminal Court.

And he's touting the deal he signed with South Korea earlier this week.

Trump thanked Iran, Russia and Syria for "at my very strong urging and request, slowing down their attack on Idlib province" in Syria, where a buffer zone was established amid warnings of an assault on the area that would prompt a humanitarian crisis.

If the president's approach to North Korea has softened in the a year ago, his attitude towards Iran has not.

"I'll be meeting with Chairman Kim", Trump told reporters arriving at the United Nation's General Assembly.

"For dialogue to take place, there is no need for a photo opportunity". The State Department announced Pompeo will visit Pyongyang next month. "In its estimation, might makes right".

The president also spoke about global affairs, including his relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Donald Trump's eagerly anticipated address at the United Nations General Assembly today got off to a faltering start when he was laughed at within seconds of beginning his speech. He said Taiwan's experience "would go a long way" in contributing to the UN.

Trump then interrupted his prepared remarks and insisted, "So true", at which the laughter became audible.

Leaders from Yemen and Afghanistan will talk about the wars in their countries.

No one laughs at Donald Trump.