BARBARA BERMUDO: Iran announced this Sunday as you know, via state television, their withdrawal from the international agreement that limited its nuclear program, citing the reasoning for this decision as being due to the assassination on Thursday, of top general Soleimani in a bombing.
STEPHANIE HIMONIDIS: I know that the funeral of this general was held this weekend in Iran and there was a lot of tension and protests in the streets, and a lot of people are also very upset at the President of the United States.
BERMUDO: It seems that they were very divided.
SUÁREZ: In Iran, he was like an idol. People over there loved him very much, and so now they are obviously furious with the United States.
ADAMARI LÓPEZ: Look, the scenario seems to have changed and a lot of questions come up, and one that concerns us all, is whether Iran already has the atomic bomb.
NICOLE SUAREZ: But you also have to wonder what effects an atomic bomb explosion would have in the United States.
SUÁREZ: And even if it's in another part of the world, it obviously affects us here because as you can see, an atomic bomb can wipe out entire cities.