A Vancouver court sets $7.5 million bond for Meng Wanzhou. Her detainment, requested by the U.S., has set off international tensions.
The woman, detained in British Columbia, faces possible extradition amid allegations that tech giant Huawei violated sanctions on Iran.
The Shanghai futures market is trading in the Chinese currency, the yuan, rather than in dollars. The move will allow China to buy Iranian crude till the cows come home, evading U.S. sanctions.
Tehran appeals to the International Court of Justice in a bid to have U.S. sanctions lifted following Trump's decision earlier this year to reimpose them. It calls the president's move "naked economic aggression."
The president's domestic woes as an unindicted co-conspirator inevitably make him weak on the world stage.
The president fails to get buy-in from allies and rivals, who pledge to keep dealing with Iran.
The arrival of five twin-engine turboprops, used for short-distance regional flights, represents perhaps the last benefits the country will see under the nuclear deal President Trump withdrew from in May.
The previous administration secretly sought to give Iran access—albeit briefly—to the U.S. financial system by sidestepping sanctions kept in place after the 2015 nuclear deal.
India’s external affairs minister delivers a sharp rebuke to the U.S. over its plans for sanctions on trade with Iran, and for its threats against third parties including India.
The secretary of state's speech on Iran lays out a wide range of Iranian behavior he would like to change, and specifies harsh U.S. financial sanctions as his instrument.