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The United States is expected to announce the end of waivers to countries who currently buy oil from Iran. China has responded to the US threat saying bilateral cooperation with Iran is 'in accordance with the law'.
Brussels has drawn up a list of American products it’s ready to target with extra duties, in an ongoing row over aircraft subsidies.
The EU joins the ranks of other countries that have added economic sanctions against Venezuela. On Thursday, the EU recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's legitimate interim president.
The United States has imposed sanctions on Venezuelan state-owned oil firm PDVSA, White House national security adviser John Bolton has said.
Denmark's Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen said the EU was sending a "strong signal" after agreeing to enact sanctions against Iran's intelligence agency
Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his resolve to rid the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons programmes, but his TV address contained a clear warning to Washington.
Everything is in short supply, from basic medicines to bed space, as injuries add to the overstretched system that is close to falling apart, warn doctors and UNWRA.
The Trump administration is completing its reinstatement of all sanctions against Tehran that were lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal.
Russia has signed a decree imposing financial sanctions on Ukraine's political elite, freezing their property and financial assets in Russia. Hundreds of politicians and officials, as well as dozens of Ukrainian owned businesses are said to be targeted in response to similar measures taken by Kiev.
US President Donald Trump warns of possible sanctions after India purchases a Russian missile system.
The ICJ says Washington must allow exports of humanitarian goods to Iran, siding with Tehran in a case brought to The Hague.
The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says in North Korea strays from the path of diplomacy and denuclearisation it will find itself increasingly isolated
US President Donald Trump exchanges barbs with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, condemns globalism and touts achievements in his address to the UN General Assembly. His self-aggrandising claims at one point drew laughter from the diplomatic crowd.
The Iran nuclear deal serves the interests of private companies looking to expand their business dealings in the country, not the interests of Europe, says an Italian politician and diplomat.
New U.S. sanctions on Russian were due to come into effect on Monday over the poisoning of a former KGB spy in England
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU reiterates that it’s working hard to seal a Brexit agreement, as the UK publishes technical
The Iranian government says French oil company Total has withdrawn from the country over the threat of U.S. sanctions
US threatens new Turkey sanctions over Christian pastor
No talks but no war either says Iran's Khamenei
Foreign Policy High Representative Federica Mogherini says Brussels doing its best to keep the nuclear deal alive.
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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani dismissed US calls for talks before Washington reimposes sanctions.
Several well-known European companies have said they are pulling out of Iran or scaling back investment because of the Trump administration’s renewed sanctions.
Companies cannot afford to defy US.
Rush to fill orders ahead of new US sanctions
The first batch of measures come into effect from this weekend, following the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal announced by President Trump in May.