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How Regime Linked Mafia Controls Iran’s Car Import Business

How Regime Linked Mafia Controls Iran’s Car Import Business

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran’s car import business and the role the government and family mafia groups play in it has turned into a controversial issue among regime officials and media.

The government linked mafia’s role in the country’s car import business is so obvious that regime president Hassan Rouhani was forced to acknowledge that “government officials have been involved in illegal car imports.”

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India Cuts Oil Imports From Iran

India Cuts Oil Imports From Iran

By Staff Writer

The US State Department recently announced that the United States expects foreign countries to reduce their imports of Iranian regime’s oil to zero by later in the year. Some countries have already committed to do so; others are preparing to do so.

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Escalation of Economic War Against the Iran Regime

Escalation of Economic War Against the Iran Regime

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime’s mission left Vienna empty-handed on Friday after meeting with European leaders over the future of the 2015 nuclear deal.

The joint statement released afterwards presents nothing new in relation to the nuclear deal, otherwise known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif didn’t even show up to the press conference.

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Iran’s Oil Crisis Is Result of Pressure From United States

Iran’s Oil Crisis Is Result of Pressure From United States

By Amir Taghati

The U.S. administration has been warning Iran that it will no longer be accepting its belligerence. The United states announced that it was pulling out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the State Department has advised foreign countries that they must reduce their oil imports from Iran to zero by November 4th this year.

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Iran’s Oil Situation Shows No Signs of Improving

Iran’s Oil Situation Shows No Signs of Improving

By Staff Writer

In May, US President announced that the United States would be pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal. He also announced that sanctions would be re-applied and new ones would be issued. He is making sure that all those that continue to do business with Iran are affected. And his administration also announced that no waivers would be issued, resulting in numerous global companies pulling out of deals that had been agreed since the JCPOA was implemented.

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