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UN Security Council puts sanctions on Congo rebels
Posted on 22 Nov 2012 by I&FL Community Staff (Rule of Law & Human

UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Tuesday to sanction the leaders of Congo's M23 rebel force, which hours earlier occupied the eastern Congolese city of Goma as U.N. peacekeepers stood by without resisting. But... Read More

Iran Sanctions Update: European Union Imposes Further Restrictive Measures Against Iran, With More to Follow
Posted on 15 Dec 2011 by Norton Rose Fulbright

Fulbright Briefing Lista M. Cannon , David M. Harris and Nicola Kelly In further developments since our briefing of 28 November 2011,[1] the Council of the European Union has decided that a further 143 entities and 37 individuals will be subject to... Read More

The United States and Other Nations Expand Sanctions Against Iran
Posted on 15 Dec 2011 by Norton Rose Fulbright

Fulbright Briefing Stephen M. McNabb , Marsha Z. Gerber , Stefan Reisinger and Mary Beth Balhoff On November 21, 2011, the United States announced three measures designed to enhance sanctions on Iran. The President issued an Executive Order authorizing... Read More

Iran top nuclear envoy arrives in China for talks
Posted on 1 Apr 2010 by International & Foreign Law Community Staff

BEIJING - (AP) Iran's top nuclear negotiator arrived Thursday for talks with Chinese officials, just after Beijing appeared to drop its opposition to possible new U.N. sanctions against Tehran over its uranium enrichment program. China has veto... Read More

First talks on new Iran sanctions resolution
Posted on 9 Apr 2010 by International & Foreign Law Community Staff

UNITED NATIONS - (AP) Ambassadors from China and five major powers met for the first time Thursday to discuss possible new sanctions against Iran, which is refusing to suspend uranium enrichment and start negotiations on its suspect nuclear program. ... Read More