Iran's Nuclear Sanctions May Be Lifted, But Missile Sanctions Remain
The U.S. has announced new sanctions against Iran's missiles just a day after lifting sanctions on the country's nuclear program.By Jake Godin, Matt Moreno | January 17, 2016
"Iran will not get its hands on a nuclear bomb. The region, the United States and the world will be more secure," President Obama said Sunday.
Nuclear-related sanctions against Iran have been lifted, and the country no longer has the ability to build a nuclear weapon.
President Obama gave an address from the White House after international nuclear watchdog group IAEA concluded Iran complied with limiting its nuclear program.