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Russia regrets EU decision to prolong sanctions
Russia has regretted a decision by the European Union to renew economic sanctions on Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine, the Kremlin says.
Montreal Iranian man sues TD Bank over closed accounts
A Montreal man is suing TD Bank because it closed all of his accounts five years ago, arguing the bank discriminated against him because he is Iranian.
Venezuela to use cryptocurrency to evade sanctions
Venezuela has announced plans to establish its own cryptocurrency system to carry out financial transactions and search for new financing options.
Zanganeh: US companies, biggest losers from sanctions
The Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh said that energy-related firms from the US are the main losers from the sanctions placed against his country.
Official: No changes in Iran-Total contract
Total’s agreement with Iran has not changed, according to Iran’s Deputy Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mansour Moazami, Iranian media outlets reported.
Czech Republic urges EU, Russia to end sanctions
Czech President Milos Zeman on Tuesday called for an end to EU sanctions against Russia imposed over the Ukraine crisis, as well as the retaliatory measures introduced by Moscow.
Poland blasts 'scandalous' EU parliament call for sanctions
Poland's prime minister reacted furiously on Wednesday after the European Parliament called for the country to face EU sanctions over its controversial judicial reforms.
EU envoys approve sanctions on Venezuela
Members of the European Union have announced their support for a series of sanctions by the bloc against Venezuela as the South American country continues to clash with the Western governments over an ongoing crackdown on the opposition.
Trump administration tightens sanctions against Cuba
The US government has announced new restrictions against Cuba, tightening sanctions as part of President Donald Trump's pledge to reverse his Democratic predecessor's measures toward closer relations with Havana.
US sanctions, threats not affecting Iran: Top security official
Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said on the occasion of the Iranian National Student Day that US sanctions and threats won't influence Iranians' will.
British investor: Lifting of sanctions behind boom in foreign investment in Iran
A deal between world powers and Iran to wind back economic sanctions two years ago in return for modification on its nuclear program, has seen a boom in foreign investment in Iran, said an investor.
US sanctions not affecting Iran missile power: Armed Forces
Commander of the Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and the chief commander of Iran's Army during their meeting stressed that the US sanctions on Iran won't affect the country's enhancement of its missile power.
US resorts to sanctions to elbow Russia out of energy markets: Russian FM
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the United States of resorting to sanctions in order to "elbow" Moscow out of weapons and energy markets.
US House passes new sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missile program
The US House of Representatives in Congress has voted overwhelmingly to impose new sanctions against Iran's ballistic missile program, a move that could undermine the international nuclear agreement with Tehran.
New US sanctions aim to stir unrest in Lebanon, says Hezbollah
A Hezbollah member of the Lebanese parliament says proposed new US sanctions against the resistance group aim to provoke unrest in Lebanon.

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