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News: International

Iran: Regime Collapse Is Nearing

Iran: Regime Collapse Is Nearing

By Amir Taghati

Ten months ago, protests broke out across Iran. The protests and anti-government demonstrations spread like wildfire and it soon became clear that the unrest has been very different to any other period of unrest in the country’s history. The people are continuing to protest and they are making loud and clear calls for regime change.

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US Warns Iran Will Try to Evade Sanctions Through Fraud

US Warns Iran Will Try to Evade Sanctions Through Fraud

By Staff Writer

The US has warned, just weeks before another round of punishing sanctions are due to hit Iran, that the Iranian Regime may use fraudulent means (i.e. front companies, forged documents) to evade sanctions and continue to fund terrorism.

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U.S. Threatens to Withhold Post-War Assistance to Syria Until Iran Regime Is Expelled

U.S. Threatens to Withhold Post-War Assistance to Syria Until Iran Regime Is Expelled

Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Earlier this week, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States will not be giving Syria any post-war assistance with reconstruction efforts if Iran is still present. Speaking at an event on Wednesday, Pompeo said that the Trump administration remains dedicated to countering Iran’s malign actions in the region, describing Syria as a decisive battleground.

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Mullahs Scared of Regime Change in Iran

Mullahs Scared of Regime Change in Iran

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is terrified that the implementation of the second round of sanctions, particularly those related to Iran’s oil industry, will destroy the Iranian economy once and for all, leading to the overthrow of the mullahs.

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London Bank Faces $1.5 Billion Fine for Aiding Iran Regime

London Bank Faces $1.5 Billion Fine for Aiding Iran Regime

By Staff Writer

Standard Chartered Plc is potentially facing a $1.5 billion fine from US authorities for letting its customers violate Iran sanctions, according to people familiar with the matter.

The quoted figure is merely preliminary, but is based on communications between the bank and the regulators as final discussions to resolve the matter have not yet begun. The allegations relate to breaches from 2013 and before, when Iran was last under US sanctions.

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