Sanctions

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U.S. sanctions architect of Uyghur internment

The U.S. government has sanctioned Chinese officials for gross human rights abuses against Uyghurs and other ethnic minority groups in China.
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Instead of food for Venezuelans, cars for the wealthy

U.S. Homeland Security officials seize vehicles bound for Venezuela as part of an attempt by the corrupt Maduro regime to evade sanctions.
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Why the U.N. must extend the Iran arms embargo [video]

The U.N. arms embargo on Iran expires in October. See why this restriction on the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism must be extended.
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Maduro steps up corruption, human rights violations

The illegitimate Maduro regime continues to rob Venezuelans of their rights to a free and fair election while forcibly disappearing more citizens.
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Pompeo: Iran’s regime must comply with nuclear inspectors

Iran's regime is again denying an international agency's requests for access to two potential nuclear sites. See how the U.S. is pushing for compliance.
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U.S. sanctions seek to deter Iran’s nuclear scientists

The United States sanctioned two scientists for working on Iran's nuclear program. See how the U.S. is seeking to deter the regime's scientists.
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Lifting arms embargo on Iran will fuel regime’s terrorism

A U.N. arms embargo against Iran's regime will soon expire. Learn why the U.S. is seeking to extend restrictions on the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
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Iranian regime profits from Maduro’s stolen gold

Learn how regimes in Iran and Venezuela are helping themselves, rather than their own citizens, with gold stolen from the Venezuelan people.
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U.S. sanctions on Venezuela explained

Learn more about what the U.S. sanctions on Venezuelan entities close to the illegitimate Maduro regime actually do and why they matter.