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INU - Today, according to Bleeping Computer, iPhone users in Iran found themselves unable to access the App Store, in what appears to be a total block of the country.

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INU - The firing of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, yesterday, has sparked mixed reactions across the Middle East, with Iran seeing this as the end of the 2015 nuclear deal and Gulf Arab nations hoping for a tougher stance of Iran’s various transgressions.

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INU - Recently, General Joseph Votel, head of US Central Command, told the House Armed Services Committee that Iran has made “an enhanced investment in their proxies and partners.”

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INU - Supporters of the JCPOA, commonly known as the nuclear deal, say that is has curtailed the Iranian regime’s nuclear program, and prevented the development of nuclear weapon. Critics call it a short-term fix because of the sunset clause that does not end, but only delays Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

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INU - A draft UN Security Council resolution aimed at pressuring Iran following a report by the UN Panel of Experts on Yemen was introduced this week.

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INU - In an effort to suppress the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), sources say that U.S. officials are reversing sanctions that were originally granted in 2016. At that time, prohibitions against doing business with companies tied to the IRGC were loosened when language was published about what constituted IRGC ‘control’ of these entities.

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