{FD} Terror Airlines? Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps runs country’s largest airline, report says

A new report released by an Iranian opposition group claims that Iran’s biggest airline — Mahan Air — is run by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its Qods Force, despite being called a private carrier.

{FD} Trump Administration pledges up to $60M to stop next ‘reservoir of jihadi terrorists’

The Trump administration Monday pledged up to $60 million to support the counterterrorism efforts of a five African nation force to fight the growing terrorist threat in the Sahel region of Africa.

{FD} Trump Iran speech emboldening ordinary Iranians to speak out against regime

President Donald Trump followed up his Iran speech announcing that he would not be certifying the Iran nuclear deal by also making clear his administration stood in solidarity with ordinary Iranians.

{FD} Russia giving cover to Iran could doom nuclear deal as Trump considers whether to certify

As President Donald Trump considers whether to certify to Congress the controversial 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, word that the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog can’t verify a crucial part of the agreement could tip the scales with time running out by the middle of next month.

{FD} UN rips Venezuelan human rights abuses, as government orders opposition leader’s wife to court

A hard-hitting United Nations report on Venezuela released this week said the human rights situation in the socialist country is “increasingly critical” for anti-government protesters, who are facing “mounting levels of repression” from that country’s national security forces.

{FD} UN Ambassador Haley’s strong words on China could help deliver new sanctions on North Korea

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley’s strongly worded statement earlier this week on North Korea has added to already significant pressure on China and Russia to finally agree on a new resolution that would punish North Korea by tightening existing sanctions and likely adding new ones.

{FD} UN colluding with terrorist backers at UN forum on Israeli occupation, critics say

In a month when the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, announced a new office of counterterrorism, Fox News has learned that two organizations who are taking part in a UN meeting Thursday and Friday have been accused by Israel as partnering with terrorist groups.