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News: International

EU Stalling on Special Purpose Vehicle for Iran

EU Stalling on Special Purpose Vehicle for Iran

By Staff Writer

The EU appears to be stalling on its implementation of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to maintain trade with Iran and evade US sanctions, according to reports from Brussels on Monday, January 28, mainly because there are differences between EU member states over one of its ten articles.

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Tuesday's Iran Mini Report - January 29, 2019

Tuesday's Iran Mini Report - January 29, 2019

• EU Delays Payment System for Iran amid U.S. Warnings

The EU has reportedly delayed registering an alternative financial channel to help the Iranian regime, say reports coming from Brussels on Monday January 28.

Reports from Brussels Monday morning said that the release of the conclusion on Iran has been "postponed" due to differences over one of its ten articles.

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Khamenei Too Weak to Intervene Over Anti-Terror Financing Bill

Khamenei Too Weak to Intervene Over Anti-Terror Financing Bill

By Shahriar Kia

Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is refusing to get involved in the dispute threatening to tear the Regime apart over the passage of anti-money laundering and anti-terror financing laws that are essential to improving Iran’s financial relationship with the rest of the world, despite pleas from the Cabinet.

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Monday's Iran Mini Report - January 28, 2019

Monday's Iran Mini Report - January 28, 2019

• No Standard Heating For 136,000 Classrooms in Iran

The heating systems in 136,000 classrooms across Iran do not have the required standards, the Islamic Republic's Deputy Minister of Education has said.

Mehrollah Rakhshani Mehr asserted on Saturday, January 26: "As most of these classrooms are located in the province of Sistan & Baluchestan and other regions with no gas pipelines, it is impossible to upgrade their heating system for the moment,".

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Suspected Iran Regime -Linked Cyber Hijacking Campaign

Suspected Iran Regime -Linked Cyber Hijacking Campaign

By Amir Taghati

Last Friday, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the intelligence and security organization responsible for providing information assurance to the government and armed forces of the United Kingdom, warned that it is investigating a “large-scale hijacking campaign that has reportedly affected government and commercial organizations worldwide.”

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Saturday's Iran Mini Report - January 26, 2019

Saturday's Iran Mini Report - January 26, 2019

• France Tells Iran New Sanctions Loom If Missile Talks Fail

France is ready to impose further sanctions against Iran if no progress is made in talks over its ballistic missile program, the French foreign minister said on Friday.

"We are ready, if the talks don't yield results, to apply sanctions firmly, and they know it," Jean-Yves Le Drian told reporters.

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Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 24, 2019

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 24, 2019

• Iran Arrested 7,000 Dissidents in 'Year of Shame', Says Amnesty

The Guardian: Iranian authorities arrested more than 7,000 dissidents last year in a sweeping crackdown that led to hundreds being jailed or flogged, at least 26 protesters being killed, and nine people dying in custody amid suspicious circumstances, according to Amnesty International. Those rounded up during violent dispersals of peaceful protests in what Amnesty called "a year of shame for Iran" included journalists, lawyers, minority rights activists and women who protested against being forced to wear headscarves.

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