Since Friday's U.S. drone strike killed Gen. Qassem Soleimani, Iran's most senior military leader, the consequences have mounted. Iraqi legislators have voted to expel foreign forces, incurring sanction threats from President Donald Trump. U.S. allies have stopped fighting ISIS to focus on defending against Iran-inspired attacks. And Tehran has vowed to ignore limits on uranium enrichment, signaling the collapse of the 2015 nuclear agreement that Trump abandoned in 2018.
What's the latest? Iranian television showed a sea of mourners as Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei prayed over the body of Soleimani, whose daughter promised death for American soldiers.
OZY looks at the crisis' electoral impact.