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Trump Targets Top Iranian Leader In Newest Round Of Sanctions

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Trump Targets Top Iranian Leader In Newest Round Of SanctionsWatch VideoPresident Trump's latest round of sanctions on Iran directly target the country's top leadership, and will add to a list of economic measures the U.S. is taking to put pressure Iran.

The White House is freezing any U.S.-based property, transactions or travel associated with the office of Iran's Supreme Leader, Ali...
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Iran&apos;s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is the most recent target of a long-running U.S.-led economic pressure campaign on Iran.

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