U.S. takes major steps toward Iran regime

The White House announced on Monday that it would not be renewing sanctions waivers for any of the eight countries that have been importing Iranian oil while also doing business with the US over the past six months

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U.S. warns all countries to stop importing Iranian oil

At the beginning of the week, the Trump administration declared that pressure on Iran would continue to increase, this time through further crackdowns on countries importing oil from Iran

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Rouhani says U.S. must lift sanctions if they want negotiations

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said yesterday that his country would only negotiate with the United States if Washington lifted sanctions imposed on Tehran and apologized

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U.S. ends waivers for oil sanctions and Iran threatens closure of Strait of Hormuz

The United States announced Monday the end of waivers that allowed eight countries to import Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions as part of an escalating campaign to bring Iran’s crude exports “to zero” and undercut Tehran’s power across the Middle East

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U.S. ends sanctions waivers for Iranian oil

The United States said Monday that it will no longer exempt any countries from its sanctions if they continue to buy Iranian oil, stepping up pressure on the Iranian regime in a move that primarily affects the five remaining major importers: China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Turkey

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Iranian airline sanctions and implications

At the beginning of the year, Germany stopped Iran regime’s Mahan Air flights from operating in the country. Germany had security concerns regarding Iran’s use of the airline to carry out illegal activities in Syria through the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps which has since been designated as a foreign terrorist organisation (FTO) by the United States

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