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Folgen der Irankrise für Nordkorea Paranoia in Pjöngjang

Die Tötung des iranischen Chefstrategen Soleimani dürfte auch auf Nordkoreas Diktator Kim Jong Un Eindruck gemacht haben, glauben Beobachter. Sein Regime wird nun aber erst recht nicht auf Atomwaffen verzichten. Aus Seoul berichtet Katharina Graça Peters
13. Januar 2020, 17:35 Uhr

'Has the World Forgotten Us?' Eyewitnesses on the Unrest in Iran

Poverty, hardship and a sense of hopelessness are driving protesters into the streets in Iran, where they have been met with brutality by the Revolutionary Guard. Witnesses describe the dramatic events unfolding in the country. Von Susanne Koelbl
28. November 2019, 12:41 Uhr

Between the Front Lines Europe Caught in the Crossfire of Iran-U.S. Spat

Iranian provocations in the Strait of Hormuz threaten to torpedo the EU's balancing act between U.S. President Donald Trump and the leadership in Tehran. Much depends on what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson chooses to do. Von Konstantin von Hammerstein, Christiane Hoffmann, Susanne Koelbl und Raniah Salloum
7. August 2019, 11:59 Uhr

Konflikt mit Iran London lehnt Tanker-Tausch ab

Irans Präsident Rohani hat Großbritannien einen Austausch der festgesetzten Öltanker in Aussicht gestellt. London lehnt das jedoch ab - und demonstriert mit einem Zerstörer Stärke im Persischen Golf.
29. Juli 2019, 12:30 Uhr

The U.S. vs. Iran Tense Rhetoric Pushes Middle East Closer to Accidental War

With U.S. President Donald Trump and Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani trading taunts and threats, tensions between the two countries are reaching an all-time high. The slightest misstep could trigger yet another full-blown, armed conflict in the Middle East. Von Christiane Hoffmann, Susanne Koelbl, Roland Nelles, Christoph Reuter, Raniah Salloum und Christoph Scheuermann
28. Juni 2019, 18:39 Uhr

Prisoners of Their Own Rebellion The Cult-Like Group Fighting Iran

Members of the Trump administration have been providing support to a political sect that aims to topple the Iranian regime in Tehran. Around 2,000 of its members live in a camp in Albania. Former members say it subjected followers to psychological terror. Von Luisa Hommerich
18. Februar 2019, 15:55 Uhr

Iran Crisis Trump Drives Wedge Between Germany and France

Donald Trump's move to withdraw from the nuclear agreement with Iran should have pulled the European Union together, but Angela Merkel has instead chosen to appease the U.S. president. Criticism of her stance is mounting in Brussels and Berlin. By SPIEGEL Staff
18. Mai 2018, 18:01 Uhr

Exit from Iran Deal Trump Strikes a Deep Blow to Trans-Atlantic Ties

With his decision to blow up the Iran deal, U.S. President Donald Trump has thrown Europe into uncertainty and anxiety -- and raised the specter of a new war in the Middle East. One thing is certain: the trans-Atlantic relationship has been seriously damaged. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
11. Mai 2018, 21:33 Uhr