The White House did not take kindly this week to reports that Iran tested a ballistic missile over the weekend. The Trump administration wasn't ready to explicitly accuse Tehran of breaching the deal, but the president did fire a warning shot. A very vague warning shot.
Speculation that Israel could attack Iran has dominated the Israeli news media in recent months. An Israeli couple has tried to counter by launching a Facebook campaign against war with Iran. Their effort has taken off.
Alan Eyre is a familiar name to many Iranians. He's the US State Department's Persian-speaking spokesman. Fluent in Persian, Eyre can dole out centuries-old poems and proverbs that leave Persian speakers bewildered.
In 2009, photographer Javad Parsa was forced to leave his native Iran. In his new life, he's met with many other Iranians, and developed a project to document their lives. They all have different reasons for leaving their mother country. Parsa just returned from the Canadian metropolis often referred to as "Tehranto."
The drama has been intense on the field during the World Cup... and then there have been the games. The Wall Street Journal tallied up the theatrical moments of feigned injuries — and Brazil is the clear winner. At least in Brazil, women can attend the matches. Not so in Iran. And the US warns travelers away from visiting much of Africa, all in today's Global Scan.