Meanwhile, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the foremost Iraqi clerical leader, asks his government to protect Kurdish civilians.
On Sunday night, artillery duels broke out between Iraqi army forces and Kurdish Peshmerga paramilitary personnel to the south of the city of Kirkuk.
The list of grievances the Trump administration presents against Iran has nothing to do with the nuclear deal.
About 70,000 residents are in danger because of a dam that may burst due to recent hurricanes.
In his speech, the president threatened to wipe out North Korea, then turned his wrath to Iran, again pledging to undermine the 2015 nuclear deal. And that wasn't all.
After the storm in Florida, millions have been without power, but those with solar panels were able to restore electricity immediately.