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China threatens to impose reciprocal sanctions against 6 US individuals

Beijing:  A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson has said his nation will impose sanctions against six individuals and one entity of the US.

Hassan Rouhani confirms Iran's readiness to comply with nuclear deal if US lifts sanctions

Tehran/Sputnik: Iran is ready to resume compliance with obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action if all US sanctions are lifted, President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday.

Russia asks US to stop playing with fire following White House sanctions

Moscow: Displeased with US sanctions, Russia has hit back at Washington DC- accusing the latter of meddling in its domestic affairs and trying to create an image of an external enemy in order to free itself from its own homegrown problems.

Russian companies interested in working with Iran regardless of US sanctions: trade envoy

Tehran/Sputnik: Russian companies are interested in working with Iran on various projects in such sectors of the economy as energy, agriculture, automobile manufacturing and many others despite the punitive US sanctions against Tehran, Rustam Zhiganshin, Russia’s trade representative in Iran, told Sputnik.

Trump does a U-turn, sanctions N Korea for posing 'extraordinary threat'

Washington, Jun 23 (IBNS): Sanctioning North Korea and Donald Trump go hand in hand, but, following the latest sanctions against the former, the US President has done a U-turn.

US announces sanctions on two North Korea individuals

Washington, Dec 27 (IBNS): The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has sanctioned two individuals in response to North Korea’s ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their means of delivery in continued violation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCRs).