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Journalists say Instagram is shutting down conversation about Soleimani
Facebook says it is legally required to take down posts in support of sanctioned groups and people. Is it going further than that?
EU moves to shield companies that trade with Iran from U.S. sanctions
A new electronic money-transfer system intends to "create some economic independence for European companies," one expert says.
Using satellites to track Iran's oil shipments under sanctions
We talked to one of a handful of companies monitoring oil tankers with satellite imagery.
Iran says U.S. wants to overthrow its government, rejects two-way talks
At the U.N. General Assembly, Iranian president accuses the Trump administration of violating “state obligations.”
Why European business may try to skirt U.S. sanctions on Iran
With the end of the U.S. involvement in the Iran nuclear deal comes the return of U.S. sanctions. Those sanctions can affect companies in other parts of the world, because the U.S. can punish foreign companies that do deals with Iran if those companies also conduct business in the U.S. This, to put it mildly, […]
Germany: Business as usual with Iran
In Germany, officials are confident that the European leaders will broker a deal that avoids U.S. punishment.
Trump calls for "extreme vetting" and more sanctions
Republican nominee Donald Trump delivered a foreign policy speech in Ohio Monday.
Iran: Franchise frontier?
The queue is forming on McDonald's website for Tehran restaurants.
Iranian oil gush could push prices down
Once sanctions are lifted, Tehran will rush to exploit its oil and gas reserves.
Promise, risk await post-sanction Iran
Sanctions relief comes at an important moment for the Iranian population