The U.S. State Department on Monday sanctioned the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM), in what a U.S. official said marked the first time Washington has ever designated a foreign white supremacist terror group.
A Seoul-based e-commerce platform openly sells North Korean goods, including art, antiques, liquor and more, and payments are routed to two large South Korean banks, Kharon found.
Standard Chartered PLC was fined GBP 20.47 million by the U.K. government’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) for breaching restrictions on loans to certain Russian financial institutions.
Russian energy giant Rosneft on Saturday announced it had terminated operations in Venezuela, selling its assets to a company wholly owned by the Russian government.
U.S. prosecutors announced narco-terrorism and other charges against Nicolas Maduro and several top Venezuelan officials, marking the latest major escalation in Washington’s effort to push him and his inner circle from power in Caracas.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned 20 Iran- and Iraq-based front companies, senior officials and business associates for providing support to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force (IRGC-QF), as well as aid to Iran-backed militias operating in Iraq.
Subsidiaries of the publicly traded maritime firm SFL Corporation own vessels managed by a company sanctioned last week for its role in acquiring Iranian petrochemicals.
Subsidiaries of a China-based energy conglomerate that last year made the largest acquisition of a fleet of state-owned tanker vessels own companies that were recently sanctioned for their roles in acquiring Iranian petrochemicals.
Terror groups are figuring out how to guide their members and address the new coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, as the number of cases grow.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned five companies based in the United Arab Emirates that facilitate Iran’s oil and petrochemical sales.