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New US sanctions on Iran target currency and automobile industry

04.06.2013 13:41

President Barak Obama has announced new economic sanctions against Iran, targeting the country's currency and its automobile industry in a bid to force Iran to abandon its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

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Jim Climo 18.08.2013 15:07

Leave Iran alone ! The country most in need of sanctions is USofA .the government of which is totally inept , leading the people there in to shoulder the ancient burned out hulk which was north American tribal lands .take note people of the world

Anonymous user 13.06.2013 21:13

i like iran stand up to israel and US. pathetic west with its double standards.

Anonymous user 07.06.2013 13:35

Saudi Arabia's government is hated by the people. Why don't the States attack it? It would be nice.

Anonymous user 07.06.2013 13:33

Israel has nukes and didn't sign any treaty.
Iran signed all of them.
Israel is at war.
Iran isn't.

Anonymous user 07.06.2013 13:32

IRAN is not the problem. The problem is that Iran didn't bow to USA and Israel. Thanks God for that!

 

Ali Cooll 05.06.2013 09:13

I am been to iran last year for two weeks for religious reasons. The country is progressing in so many areas despite the difficilties of the sanctions. iran is functioing as normal like any other country and you can find all western brands in iran and iranian products in uk so prople please stop thinking theses sanctions to stop everything In Iran.

 

Change Iran Now 05.06.2013 07:14

What matters most is that on June 14, nothing will have changed in Iran with a despotic regime headed by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei still firmly in control and calling the shots.

The West needs to help engage and support the main opposition groups such as the National Council of Resistance of Iran (www.ncr-iran.org) and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (www.mojahedin.org), as well as non-governmental groups such as Amnesty International (www.amnesty.org) in pushing for a peaceful change in the Iranian government.

Anonymous user 05.06.2013 06:52

Big-one5, Not only brics. Other organizations are begining to see U.S controls as a national threat

Anonymous user 05.06.2013 06:50

Big-one5,This is hurting U.S.Big time and will be worst.

Anonymous user 05.06.2013 04:59

Wow, I didn't know Iran made cars; they just want to compete like everyone else. Go ahead Iran.

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