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U.S. places sanctions on int'l network involved in Iran nuclear program

Jerusalem Post Thursday, 18 July 2019
U.S. places sanctions on int'l network involved in Iran nuclear programThey are the first punitive steps by Washington since Tehran announced earlier this month it would increase its levels of enriched uranium that can be used for bomb fuel.
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News video: UK Considers Sanctions As Response To Iran's Seizure Of British Tanker

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British ministers plan to hit Iran with sanctions in the aftermath of the Iranian seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker. Britain could push for United Nations and European Union sanctions to be re-imposed on Iran. They had been lifted in 2016 following a deal on Iran’s nuclear program. British...

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