US Blacklists Firms for Evading Iran Oil Sale Sanctions - Voice of America
Voice of America
The United States has blacklisted two companies it says helped Iran evade sanctions on oil sales and slapped penalties on four Tehran-based firms it says helped the Islamic Republic enrich uranium, the latest efforts to pressure Iran's nuclear program.
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Senate Bill Would Halt Iran's Access to an Estimated $100 Billion in Cash
New York Times (blog)
Seeking to escalate pressure on Iran, a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation on Wednesday that would deny the Iranian government access to its foreign exchange reserves parked in the banks of other countries, estimated to be worth as ...
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Associated Press/Vahid Salemi - In this picture taken on Tuesday, May 6, 2013, two Iranian clerics, right, and two women walk in an alley of the eastern city of Birjand, Iran. When struggling families in the …more eastern Iranian city of Birjand take ...
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Globe and Mail
Everyone talks nukes, but don't forget about Iran's imprisoned Baha'i leaders
Globe and Mail
A litmus test to judge Iran's record has been the treatment afforded to its largest non-Muslim religious community, the Baha'is. The record was appalling in the early '80s when more than 200 leading members of the community were summarily executed or ...