"We have intelligence that Saudi Arabia is actively engaged in promoting terrorist groups operating on the eastern side of Iran in Balochistan", Zarif said.
Major General Mostafa Izadi, deputy chief of staff of Iran's armed forces, said Sunday that the government in Tehran had "documents and information" showing Washington's support of the extremist Sunni Islamist group.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism networks in the region.
The assailants attacked the parliament buildins in the morning.
Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia have escalated further as Iran's Revolutionary Guards blamed the deadly June 7 attack in Tehran, which killed 17 people and wounded 52 others, on Saudi Arabia.
Following the incident, the so-called Abdullah Azzam Brigades claimed responsibility for the bombings.
In the meantime, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brig Gen Massoud Jazayeri said on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia and the USA "direct and support such acts of terrorism against regional countries", Tasnim news agency reported.
"Qatar is a partner of the United Kingdom in the fight against terrorism but they urgently need to do more to address support for extremist groups, building on the steps they have already taken", Johnson said. None. Why is he trying to change history?
Minister Zarif and High Representative Mogherini exchanged views on global and regional issues as well as the nuclear accord, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Monday.
He made the remarks in the 15th Annual International Retreat of Mediators and Peace Process Actors in Oslo Forum, Norway, Iranian News Agency reported.
The issue had been discussed in the latest session of a joint commission that monitors the implementation of the JCPOA and would be on the agenda of the commission's future meeting, he said.
At least six of the people on the Arab states blacklist are already named on the U.N. Security Council al Qaeda and Islamic State sanctions list, which subjects them to a global asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo.
Khamenei said Iran had no intention of normalizing ties with the United States. In the view of many Iranians, wherever they stand on the country's reformist-conservative axis, any lack of political or social freedom in the Islamic Republic is a price worth paying for a secure state, and they have dreaded the day when - if - that security would come to an end. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced them as "repugnant", saying Iranians were countering "terror backed by US clients".
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer , seen in 2014, wrote a farewell post to employees titled "Nostalgia, Gratitude & Optimism". The new company, which combines AOL and Yahoo brands such as HuffPost and Yahoo Finance, is called Oath .
Crosby had his back to Sheary when he made the flawless feed, so it was the kind of play no team could possibly plan for. Subban drew laughs when he attributed a Game 3 run-in with Crosby to a discussion about Subban's bad breath.
Sharapova had missed out on a wildcard for the ongoing French Open as she continues her comeback from a 15-month doping ban. On the same day, she suffered the thigh injury which has now sidelined her from Wimbledon for a second successive season.
Diana saves the man, Steve (Chris Pine: Star Trek Beyond), who she learns is a soldier in something called The Great War. I enjoyed how the cinematography captured the fighting in slow motion and showed off the characters' skills.
Apple has revealed that its latest mobile operating system will include a "do not disturb" feature to stop phone use at the wheel. The HomePod is Apple's first new gadget in almost three years, following its announcement of the Apple Watch in September 2014.
The US state department condemned the attack, saying "the depravity of terrorism has no place in a peaceful civilised world". Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the attacks would have "no effect" on the country.
Officials from the Citi Bike programme say that more than 43 million journeys have been made since the scheme began. Hanegby was a married father of two young children and lived in the Brooklyn Heights section of Brooklyn.
If the Conservatives can secure 316 seats or more, the DUP's gains in Northern Ireland are enough to prop up May's government bid. Founded in 1971 by firebrand Protestant preacher Ian Paisley, the DUP has always been pro-British and socially conservative .
Sasse says the numbers work against replacement of the Affordable Care Act with only 52 Republicans in the United States Senate. Supporters of the AHCA have said it would give states more flexibility in providing health care.
Surrounded by North Korean guards, Warmbier delivered a highly scripted "confession" that appeared to have been written for him. Rodman told the news reporters that he has nothing to do with detained Americans on his trip to the secluded country.
The clarification is becoming increasingly relevant in case of a here-we-go-again extension of this series to seven games. With a coach or trainer, we just verbalize and at that time we should listen to the PA announcer to who it is on.
The two parties are broadly politically aligned, but it remains to be seen what price the DUP will demand for its support. Owen Paterson, a senior Conservative lawmaker, said "let's see how it pans out", when asked about May's future.
Seconds podcast: The jury deliberates
Yanez never said he was sure he saw a gun, until he testified, Paulsen said. "And now they've been deprived of that role model". The mother of a black man fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer last July says her son shouldn't have died the way he did.
Democrats seek distance from impeachment call
He knows the dynamic that now exists in a chamber that is led by House Speaker Paul Ryan, an ardent Trump defender and apologist. He told CNN that his name was not mentioned specifically, but he did speak with Capuano afterward about Monday's letter.
SDF launch major offensive to capture ISIL-held Raqqa
The monitor recorded the coalition's deadliest month for Syrian civilians between April 23 and May 23, with 225 civilians killed. Turkey views the YPG as a terrorist group aligned with the PKK which has fought a bloody campaign in southeast Turkey since 1984.
Megyn Kelly says important to 'shine a light' on Alex Jones
Jones pointed to how NBC crew members manipulated lighting for the interview as evidence it was a strategic attack on him. If you've ever watched Alex Jones , as I have, you might come away steeped in a dark and distorted view of the world.
Prosecutors to drop charges in Stanley Cup dead catfish toss
The only area where Nashville wasn't markedly better than the defending Stanley Cup champions is the only one that really matters. It's Aberg's second goal of the playoffs. "We're concerned about where the series is at", Predators captain Mike Fisher said.
Preet Bharara stopped answering Donald Trump's calls
Bharara said it's "reasonable" to assume Mueller is looking at the obstruction issue among others as part of his investigation. Bharara was asked by the Trump administration to put in his papers along with 45 other U.S. attorneys on March 10.
Qatar says Gulf citizens can stay despite crisis
Qatar yesterday moved to avoid an escalation of the feud, telling citizens of its Gulf neighbours that they are welcome to stay. The decision will come as a relief to the more than 11,000 people from Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain living in Qatar.
Woman on trial for 'encouraging' boyfriend to kill himself
The pair reportedly discussed Roy's plans to die by suicide, and spoke on the phone before Roy was found dead in his truck. Carter's attorneys will likely argue the Plainville woman broke no law and was exercising her right to free speech.
Unseeded Ostapenko wins French Open for 1st title
Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko has won the French Open , beating No. 3 Simona Halep 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 to claim her first tour-level title. The unseeded Latvian upset Simona Halep with a ferocious performance full of both winners and unforced errors.
Owen Farrell kicks Lions to victory over Crusaders
For the first time in 15 games this year, or 1,200 minutes of competitive rugby, the Crusaders know how it feels to lose. There was space out wide for the Crusaders but the Lions defence came up rapidly and anticipated the ball out the back .
Trump Affirms Commitment to NATO's Mutual-Defense Provision
President Donald Trump delivers a speech at the White House in Washington D.C., capital of the United States , on June 1, 2017. He also lavished praise on the prime minister of Montenegro, whom Trump shoved aside in Brussels during a photo op.