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Russia, China urge N. Korea sanction relief despite US pushback
Russia and China on Monday proposed easing some sanctions against North Korea on condition that Pyongyang commits to UN Security Council resolutions on denuclearization, a move the United States rejected as premature.
US addicted to sanctioning nations: Iranian minister
Iran’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi on Monday decried the United States’ sanctioning of nations as its “addiction” to embargoes.
China slams new US sanctions imposed over oil deals with Iran
China has lambasted the “bullying” United States for imposing new sanctions on Chinese entities and individuals over shipping oil from Iran.
Ex Iraqi PM: US has no right to sanction Iran
Former Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi described as unlawful US withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal endorsed by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, saying US has no right to impose sanctions against Iran.
Iran's senior diplomats deplore US move against Zarif as sanction of diplomacy
A group of senior Iranian diplomats in a statement described the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif's sanction as “sanction of diplomacy” and indicated that "Team B" on its way to achieve its illegitimate goals has no respect for "diplomacy" as the most obvious "norm" accepted by the international community.
Report: US will not sanction Iran's FM for now
The United States decided not to impose sanctions on Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for now, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday, in a sign Washington may be holding a door open for diplomacy.
Iran vows to support domestic producers of sanctioned goods
Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari said that the government is determined to support and strengthen home producers and entrepreneurs who make items and goods which are sanctioned by the US.
Iran auto, defense industries eye tie-up to beat sanctions
Iran’s auto industry has emerged as one of the frontlines in a raging “economic war” on the country which is lining up its defense ministry to protect the sector from US sanctions.
S&P Global: Iranian oil exports recover close to pre-sanction levels
Iranian oil exports, which have been struggling due to US sanctions since late last year, have recovered close to prior levels, supported by unflinching demand from China and South Korea, data from shipping sources and provisional tanker tracking data showed.
US sanctions Russian bank over dealings with Venezuelan oil firm
The US Treasury Department has announced sanctions against the Russian bank Evrofinance Mosnarbank over its dealings with Venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA, part of US-led efforts to oust the democratically elected government of President Nicolas Maduro.
EU: Iran SPV preparations at ‘advanced stage’, official unveiling could be Jan. 28
The European Commission said it’s seeking to launch “very soon” a special purpose vehicle to help European companies bypass US sanctions on Iran, with three European diplomats saying the official unveiling could come as early as Monday.
Iran: US sanction threat breaches ICJ ruling
Iran’s United Nations envoy said the United States’ threat of imposing more sanctions on the Islamic Republic violates both the Amity pact between the countries and a UN court ruling against Washington.
Pompeo: US studying potential Iran sanction waivers
The United States is studying possible waivers of sanctions against countries or businesses that continue commerce with Iran after November 4, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday.

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