New Sanctions Imposed on Iran to Halt Gold Trading
New York Times
The first American sanctions on Iran since a moderate cleric won the presidential election there on June 14 went into effect on Monday, expanding the number of penalized industries and imposing rules that theoretically could halt all gold and currency ...
Iran feels the bite of new US sanctions
Why does Washington always get Iran wrong?
House Democrats join Republicans in calling for tougher action on Iran
Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 2-NY regulator asks foreign reinsurers about Iran links
July 1 (Reuters) - New York's financial regulator has asked 20 non-U.S. reinsurers whether they conducted business with entities linked to Iran, as part of a review of these companies' ability to comply with a new U.S. sanctions law that becomes ...
Insurers Quizzed by N.Y. Regulator Lawsky on Iran Links
Insurers Warned on Links to Iran
New York financial regulator probes insurers over Iran links - WSJ
Iran holds Slovak tourists over photos: media
Iran has repeatedly leveled accusations of espionage against foreign nationals and Iranians in recent years. Last year, an Iranian-American Amir Hekmati was sentenced to death for spying for the CIA but judges overturned the decision and ordered a retrial.
Iran's Rouhani seeks international dialogue
Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani has promised a more conciliatory tone over the country's nuclear programme, saying Iran needs a cautious approach in its foreign policy. In a live address on state TV on Saturday, Rouhani said that Iran was after ...
Iran arrests 8 Slovaks for restricted areas photography: Attorney General
Iran's Attorney General Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei says eight Slovak citizens and one Iranian have been arrested in the central Iranian province of Isfahan on charges of photography of restricted areas. Speaking to reporters on Monday, he added that ...
Iran confirms detention of Slovakia tourists
Iran confirms arrest of Slovak paragliders
Iran detains 7 Slovak nationals who entered as tourists over “unconventional ...
Iran: Election is chance for EU reset
BRUSSELS - Iran's ambassador to the EU has said it should relax sanctions in order to grasp a new "opportunity" to mend ties. The diplomat, Mahmoud Barimani, spoke to EUobserver following the recent election of a moderate cleric, Hassan Rohani, to the ...
Iran media: US Treasury counter-terror office run by 'Ashkenazi Jew'
... behind pressure on Intelsat, a provider of worldwide satellite services for media companies. On June 19, Intelsat announced that it would no longer provide services to Iranian channels including Press TV, which has been sanctioned by the US government.
West not capable of silencing Iran voice
Iran dismisses allegations of interference in Syria affairs
“Repetition of baseless claim of Iran's interference in the Syria developments comes at a time when some of these countries have aborted any sort of political solution by adopting hostile policies and have instigated the massacre of people in this ...
Bahrain: Iran can help ease Syrian civil war
GCC looks for better relations with Iran
Iran refutes PGCC-EU allegations against Tehran
Iran non-oil exports hit $9.7 billion in 1Q despite sanctions
Iran exported methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, valued at $349 million, iron ore valued at $297 million, and bitumen valued at $292 million in spring 2013. The three commodities were Iran's main export products, excluding gas condensates and ...
Iran's quarterly non-oil trade exceeds $19b
Iran's exports to reach 59 billion dollars by year end
Iran's Newly Elected President a Double-Edged Sword for Washington
Citizens of Iran erupted in celebration two weeks ago when moderate candidate Hassan Rouhani was elected as Iran's new president. Indicative of what might be a new era for this Middle Eastern country, Rouhani is a herald of a more progressive, ...