Efforts by the Trump administration to choke off Iran's oil exports are being thwarted by China, which has refused to stop buying crude in the face of reimposed United States sanctions, according to a Bloombergreport published Friday.
In Washington, the US State Department said on its Persian-language Twitter account: "While it is ultimately up to the #people_of_Iran to determine their country's path, #America supports the voice of the Iranian people, which has been ignored for a long time".
Also last month, China, which is Iran's biggest customer, said it did not accept unilateral sanctions against Iran.
Changes to its business conditions taking effect August 25, and released in late July, allow the Bundesbank to block cash transfers in the absence of assurances from those involved in a transaction that it doesn't violate financial sanctions or rules to prevent money-laundering and the funding of terrorism.
Iran will not sit down for negotiations under pressures, in particular with U.S. President Donald Trump who "has breached obligations", Iran's Foreign Ministry Bahram Qasemi said Saturday.
In May, the United States pulled out of a 2015 deal between world powers and Tehran under which global sanctions on Iran were lifted in return for curbs on its nuclear programme.
Iran said its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps held a naval exercise in the Strait of Hormuz last week "within the framework of their annual training program".
Iran's state-run ISNA news agency reported that the five Franco-Italian ATR72-600 airplanes, which are twin-engine turboprops, had arrived at Tehran's Mehrabad International Airport.
India's crude oil imports from Iran increased by about 30 percent to a record 768,000 barrels per day (bpd) in July, Reuters reported citing tanker arrival data. However, only 13 planes have been delivered since sanctions on Iran were lifted under the nuclear pact.
The spokesperson then pointed to the worldwide anger at the U.S. and Washington's policies towards its age-old allies, saying, "There is indication even in the Persian Gulf littoral states that there are concerns about Trump's policies, because they have the feeling that Trump is only seeking to empty their pockets".
"We are already seeing auto prices going through the roof over fears about raw material imports", she told AFP.
"There is a massive loss of confidence in the financial system and the government's ability to control things and withstand sanctions", she said.
It would halt requirements that automakers build cleaner, more fuel-efficient cars, including hybrids and electric vehicles. Dan Becker of the Safe Climate Campaign dismissed the Trump administration's arguments as a "parade of concocted horrors".
Before the acting career, she seriously took a great interest in calligraphy and even worked as a freelance calligrapher. And it's not the first time Kate has recommended one of her hero products to a friend.
Bulldozer operators and their machines build containment lines while battling the River fire in Lakeport, California on July 31. Thousands of Carr Fire victims in Shasta County have been taking the first steps toward getting their lives back in order.
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Google would be making a ugly mistake by helping China's authoritarian government censor the internet and suppress dissent. Google responded to the report in a statement to The Verge saying, "we don't comment on speculation about future plans".
But many experts say those are neither irrevocable nor serious steps that could show the country is honest about denuclearization. President Donald Trump has touted the return of the remains as an important step in attempts to improve ties with North Korea.
The red planet will appear at its brightest since 2003, when Mars made its closest approach to Earth in nearly 60,000 years. We may colonize the Red Planet yet, but it's not going to be as easy as releasing the carbon dioxide trapped in the planet.
The suggestion in court Wednesday that prosecutors may not ask Gates to testify apparently surprised even Judge T.S. The prosecution said in court it is moving ahead of schedule and intends to rest its case sometime next week.
Man Taunts Bison in Yellowstone National Park
Unsurprisingly, the man's actions prompted the bison to charge at him twice in a row, creating panic among the bystanders. After a night in jail, Reinke was released on bond - and that's when he headed to Yellowstone, rangers said .
Willian returns to training ahead of Man City clash
It's the first opportunity to see City's all time most expensive player, Mahrez, play a meaningful game with his new club. The Algerian worldwide finally made his move to the Citizens from Leicester City have been linked since last summer.
Erdogan warns of 'econimic war' as lira hits fresh low
The case has been followed closely by America's evangelical Christian community, a key part of President Trump's support base. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Saturday he was "hopeful that in the coming days" Turkey would free Brunson.
Samsung leaks video of its new iPhone killer
The video, that has now been taken down, teases and also confirms some of the top features of the Galaxy Note 8 successor. Last year, Samsung set a new record for its smartphones, launching the Galaxy Note 8 for an eye-watering $1,499.
Pedro Extends One-Year Contract With Chelsea
Or one of the best for sure'. "Maybe it was hard for the last three days, intense, so maybe this match he was a bit exhausted ". It was a very positive conversation so I am happy about it. "At the moment Courtois is the goalkeeper of Chelsea ", said Sarri.