The Iranian funds, previously deposited in South Korean banks, amount to about $6 billion and have already been successfully relocated to six Iranian accounts located in two Qatari banks.Full Story
These precision-guided two-stage missiles can hit targets within a range of 1,400 km with a velocity of 16,000 km/h.Full Story
The sanctions demonstrate Washington's "fear for the reality to be shown by truth-seeking and leading media," said Iranian government spokesman Jahromi.
The Iranian Central Bank confirmed that his country's assets previously frozen in South Korean banks have been transferred to six Iranian accounts in two Qatari banks.
The U.K, France, and Germany accused the Persian nation of lack of transparency in its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Earlier this week, Iran, Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates were invited to join BRICS.
South African President Ramaphosa has also extended invitations to 67 leaders from the Global South.
Although no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, the Fars governor accused the Islamic State.
"...the president also called for the perpetrators to be promptly identified and punished..."
Iranian state-run news network Press TV reported that the Islamic State terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the attack on the shrine.
The Persian nation has funds worth over US$7 billion in ROK's two banks, which refuse to process them for fear of possible U.S. penalties.