United States Sanction Iranian Officials

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The United States has issued new sanctions against Iranian officials over what it called the violent suppression of protests.

The sanctions target Iran’s Interior Minister, Ahmad Vahidi and Communications Minister, Eisa Zarepour, as well as the head of the Iranian cyber-police force, Vahid Majid, and four other security officials.

Washington accused the sanctioned individuals of being involved in violence against peaceful protesters and the shutdown of Iran’s Internet access.

The United States condemned Iranian government’s Internet shutdown and continued violent suppression of peaceful protest and will not hesitate to target those who direct and support such actions.

Written by: Helen Obih

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