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The United States has largely carved out exceptions so that foreign governments, firms, and NGOs do not automatically face US sanctions for dealing with Iran’s IRGC after its designation by Washington as a “terrorist group”, according to three current and three former US officials.
The United States is to announce that all importers of Iranian oil will have to end their imports shortly or face US sanctions, a report says.
Iran’s new ambassador to the United Nations says it’s too early to say the window of diplomacy has closed, and that of war has opened in Iran’s ties with the US.
Iran has identified 290 CIA agents across different countries, forcing the US to form a special committee to reassess its cloak-and-dagger operations, Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi says.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced the US president’s veto of a congressional resolution to end US military assistance for Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, saying it demonstrates the alarming influence of the Zionist lobbies on America’s politics.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in Turkey for dialogue and consultation with the country’s officials, has discussed a range of issues with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Iran has warned about the dangerous legal and political repercussions of the US regime’s latest “heresy” to blacklist part of the official military force of an independent state in the world, which is a member of the UN and international human rights conventions (those applicable in armed conflicts).
A number of renowned cinema professionals, including American screenwriter and filmmaker Paul Joseph Schrader, are going to attend the 37th International Fajr Festival in Tehran despite the discouraging impact of Trump’s sanctions.