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Canada imposes targeted sanctions against Myanmar general
Canada has imposed "targeted sanctions" against a Myanmar general who led an army crackdown that forced over hundreds of thousands of minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
India looks to pile pressure on China, seeks overhaul of UN sanctions committees
China has repeatedly blocked India’s efforts to get Jaish chief Masood Azhar declared a terrorist by the United Nations.
EU defends unilateral sanctions against Britain during leave period
European Union authorities have defended as necessary and justified a series of potential punishments against Britain during the time it leaves the continental bloc.
US targets Lebanese resistance movement with new sanctions
The administration of US President Donald Trump has imposed a new round of sanctions on Lebanese Resistance Movement Hezbollah, targeting local and global businesses that cooperate with the group’s financial arm.
UN warns sanctions starving North Korea children to death
The United Nations Children’s Fund has warned that hundreds of thousands of children could starve as a result of sanctions on North Korea. UNICEF said the inability of humanitarian staff to deliver aid there had put many children in lethal malnutrition condition.
Putin: US took 'hostile step' in publishing Russia list
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday the Trump administration made a "hostile step" when it published a list of Russian businessmen and politicians as part of a sanctions law against Moscow.
New US sanctions move attempt to influence presidential election: Russia
The sanctions report expected to be released imminently by the United States against Russia intends to influence Russia's presidential election in March, the Kremlin says.
Time has come to impose sanctions on South Sudan: AU chief
Chairperson of the African Union Moussa Faki says restrictions must be imposed on those who are disturbing peace in South Sudan following a nearly four-year civil war in the African country.
Russian energy minister calls US sanctions 'unlawful'
Newly-imposed US sanctions against two Russian Energy Ministry officials are “unlawful” and Moscow will seek explanations from Washington, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Saturday, according to local news agencies.
North Korea condemns latest US sanctions
North Korea on Saturday condemned the latest US sanctions against the Asian nation.
US imposes sanctions on Russian firms, individuals
The United States has expanded its sanctions against Russia by adding more individuals and companies to its blacklist because of what Washington calls Moscow's continued interference in Ukraine.
Sanctions not to be re-imposed in Iran deal: MIT professor
The Iran deal will not be destroyed, even with US withdrawal and the sanctions of the kind that existed before could not be re-imposed,” said John Tirman, Professor at MIT.
Qatar seeks compensation for Saudi-led blockade, sanctions
A high-ranking Qatari official has described the ongoing Saudi-led diplomatic and trade boycott against his energy-rich Persian Gulf country as “economic warfare,” stressing that Doha plans to seek compensation for those hit by the sanctions.
US sanctions five Iranian firms over missiles
The United States imposed sanctions Thursday on five Iranian companies it alleges are working on part of the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missile program.
Trump admin. mulling new Iran sanctions to bolster riots
The administration of US President Donald Trump is considering imposing more sanctions against Iran, says a senior State Department official, as Washington ratchets up its rhetoric in support of sporadic riots in parts of the country.

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