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The offensive is led by an al-Qaeda-linked group and is the biggest in the area since March, activists said.
The new indictment expands an initial probe into a Turkish Iranian businessman.
The archrivals Arabia severed ties nearly two years ago.
Agency’s report comes as the Trump administration expresses dissatisfaction with the accord.
The decision threatens to deepen the region's worst diplomatic crisis in decades between Qatar and its neighbors, who are wary of Teheran's influence.
Mehdi Karroubi, who was hospitalized, has been confined for six years after leading Iran’s 2009 election protests.
Ayatollah Khamenei again uses Twitter to weigh in on domestic U.S. politics.
The extremist group steps up efforts to target the country, including recruiting Sunni minorities to carry out attacks.
The photo-snapping crowd around Federica Mogherini drew criticism, but some Iranians poked fun.
Iranian officials are weighing the cost of potential conflict with the benefits of remaining part of the agreement.