The European Union will target eight Iranian militia and police commanders and three state entities with sanctions next week over a deadly crackdown in November 2019 by Iranian authorities, three diplomats said on Wednesday according to Reuters.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that new documents revealed China’s Huawei violated US sanctions by sending prohibited US computer equipment to Iran’s largest mobile-phone operator.
The US Department of Treasury on Monday announced it seeks to block funds to the Iran’s Armed Force General Staff and nine individuals who are representing the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s interests.
US imposed sanctions on Iran’s foreign minister, Mohamad Javad Zarif, late Wednesday in an attempt to maximum its pressures on Tehran.
US President Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that France share the same stand with his country when it comes to Iran’s nuclear issue.
Iraqi Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mehdi, denied on Tuesday a recent claim by Iranian ambassador in London, who stated that US will allow Iraq to do business with Iran, in exchange for an oil deal with Washington.
At least 30 Iranian men were convicted criminal and set up each for as long as 20 years of prison term by Iranian courts, which accelerate economic crime cases as the country is dealing with worst financial crisis ever.
Students of Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, who gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the Student day in Iran, criticized the Supreme Leader and President of Islamic republic for jailing activists.
Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, said on Tuesday that US is not able to stop his government form exporting oil and threatens to cut off the waterway in which Gulf oil exports are shipped.
Iran declared on Sunday that the aim of its missile program is defensive and that the country would continue missile tests despite the US allegation against Tehran.