The U.S. State Department on Saturday announced it banned Cuban Interior Minister Julio Cesar Gandarilla Bermejo from entering the country over his role, “by command responsibility,” in gross human rights violations in Venezuela.
The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday extended for another 90 days a temporary license allowing certain exports to Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Monday imposed sanctions on two Turkey-based Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) procurement agents and four ISIS-linked companies.
The parents of Otto Warmbier visited Germany to request the closure of a hostel operated on the grounds of the North Korean embassy in Berlin, according to German media reports.
Iran late Thursday announced that it would raise fuel prices, which were highly subsidized, as the country’s economy struggles amid U.S. sanctions and heightened inflation.
The U.S. State Department late Friday announced it was adding five sub-entities owned by the Cuban military to its Restricted List, which prohibits direct financial transactions.
An Iranian businessman was sentenced on Wednesday to nearly four years in prison after admitting to his role in a scheme to export carbon fiber from the U.S. to Iran.
U.S. prosecutors late Tuesday announced the arrest of the director a Guatemalan bank and the unsealing of a separate case against a former Guatemalan presidential candidate, both of which relate to charges of money laundering involving drug traffickers.
The U.S. Treasury Department extended for another six months a program collecting data on certain residential real estate deals aimed at preventing money laundering in the property market.
The U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) will add 22 entities spread across more than a dozen countries to its Entity List, blocking them from receiving U.S. exports.