Of note, the Jomuri-e Eslami newspaper, whose editor is also appointed by the supreme leader, criticized Kayhan for its headline.
European Union ambassadors issued a statement reiterating their support for Lebanon and urging all sides to "pursue constructive dialogue to build on" the government's work of the past year and prepare for next year's parliamentary elections.
But Shebaya said such a scenario is unlikely at the moment: "We don't know anything for certain yet since we are still waiting for Hariri to return to Lebanon, but it seems likely that Lebanon will witness an extended governmental crisis unless mediation efforts are successful".
"There is a reason why everybody was brought in or detained and will be questioned and will be investigated and these have to do with the commission". His image once adorned war propaganda but is rarely associated with the war now, although he has said it must continue in order to quash Iranian influence.
Iran and Saudi Arabia have long been at odds as the regions main rivals.
"The U.S. needs to return to old, tried and tested relationships, with Israel and Saudi Arabia being cornerstone U.S. allies in the region", he said.
Speaking about the nuclear deal, Kharrazi said the path that resulted in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) would have been pursued regardless of who won the 2013 presidential elections in Iran.
Separately, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister accused Iran and the Lebanese terror group of being behind the missile launch.
According to media reports, Saudi Arabia intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile over Riyadh after it was launched from conflict-torn Yemen, with debris landing inside the capital's international airport on November 4.
For Slavin the feud with Qatar, war in Yemen and domestic crackdown are "extremely risky policies that may well backfire".
Historically, one of the problems with revolutions is that they are seldom led by the sort of people who can be trusted to manage a revolution.
"We've seen the activities of Iran in Yemen".
In the wake of the missile incident, the Saudi-led alliance has intensified its Yemen embargo, announcing the "immediate" closure of all air, land and sea ports of the Arabian Peninsula country.
This is the latest in a series of airstrikes by the coalition since the war began more than two and a half years.
Canada's main stock index added to its record highs on Tuesday, boosted by a jump in the shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc after the company's quarterly profit beat estimates, while energy shares also climbed. Already, some have been reversed or delayed as the economy has slowed because of low oil prices.
"We expect them to do it in a fair and transparent manner".
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