Hassan Rouhani

The new threat comes days after President Hassan Rouhani said the nation could push its uranium enrichment level to "any any amount we want."
A diplomatic conflict between Tehran and Washington has flared since the U.S. pulled out of the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal.
President Hassan Rouhani threatened to do more if world powers didn't protect Iran from the impact of U.S. sanctions.
One year after threatening North Korea before the General Assembly, the U.S. president targets Iran.
President Hassan Rouhani claimed an unnamed U.S.-allied country was behind Saturday's attack.
Trump announced Monday that he would meet "anytime" with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani with "no preconditions."
But it's music to the ears of foreign policy hawks like John Bolton and Lindsey Graham.
"People are wondering why the president would threaten them with nuclear war, when he let Vladimir Putin practically run his fingers through his hair?"
On Monday, the Iranian foreign minister warned Trump to "be cautious" -- echoing an earlier tweet penned by the U.S. president threatening Iran.
The comment comes after Iran's Hassan Rouhani said any conflict with his country would be "the mother of all wars."
The U.S. withdrawal from the accord was a “violation of morals,” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.
“The deal is not dead. There’s an American withdrawal from the deal but the deal is still there."
Those who said the United States could never be trusted have been proved right.
France, the U.K. and Germany had attempted a last-ditch push to get Trump to change his mind in recent weeks.
Trump announced on Tuesday that the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
The activist's son said his mother was barred from getting on a plane with him to Vancouver.
“People had economic, political and social demands,” said Rouhani.
The counter-protests come after six days of unrest that has challenged the country's clerical leadership.