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  1. ‘Flame’ Spyware Infiltrating Iranian Computers

    May 30, 2012 Kim Zetter Computer systems in Iran and elsewhere have been infected with a sophisticated piece of Malware of unknown origin, dubbed Flame or Flamer. The malware appears to have been operating since 2007 and was first detected in last April o ...

  2. ZTE Pays $1 Billion Fine to U.S. Over Sanctions Violations

    June 22, 2018 Donna Borak CNN China-based telecommunications firm ZTE has paid a $1 billion fine to the United States as part of a deal to end an export ban enacted in April in response to ZTE's violations of a 2017 agreement, in which the company ad ...

  3. Yemeni Rebel Missiles, Drones Target Saudi Capital, South

    April 11, 2018 Aya Batrawy and Abdullah Al-Shihri Associated Press via The Washington Post Yemen’s Iranian-backed Houthis launched ballistic missiles at the Saudi Defense Ministry in Riyadh and targeted two Qasef-1 drones at Abha airport and at a Saudi Ar ...

  4. Yemen Warring Parties Agree To Two-Month Truce In Major Breakthrough

    April 1, 2022 Mohammed Ghobari and Alaa Swilam The major factions in Yemen's civil war have agreed to a country-wide ceasefire for the first time since 2016. The agreement between the Saudi Arabian-led coalition and the Houthis will last for two mont ...

  5. Yemen Seizes Sailboat Filled with Weapons, and U.S. Points to Iran

    January 28, 2013 Thom Shanker and Robert F. Worth Yemeni authorities seized a boat containing money, weapons, and explosives, including surface-to-air missiles, C-4 explosives, 122-mm shells, rocket-propelled grenades, and bomb-making equipment such as el ...

  6. White House Adds Sanctions on Iran's Currency, Auto Sector

    June 3, 2013 Julian Hattem President Obama signed an executive order approving greater sanctions on Iran's currency, the rial, and, for the first time, its automotive industry.  The Hill ...

  7. What is Iran's Revolutionary Guard Doing in Myanmar?

    January 20, 2022 David Hutt Iranian delegations have visited Myanmar at least twice since the country underwent a military coup in February 2021, according to diplomats based in Southeast Asia. Flight data showed that a plane operated by the Iranian carri ...

  8. West Wary Over Talks, as Iran Hails Concessions

    February 27, 2013 Laurence Norman and Jay Solomon International negotiators softened Western positions on Iran's nuclear program in a February round of talks in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The P5+1 negotiating partners proposed that Iran could keep enough 20 ...

  9. Web of Lebanese Companies May be Shipping Iranian Oil to Syria

    August 11, 2019 Albin Szakola Two Lebanese-owned tankers have been conducting ship-to-ship transfers of Iranian oil in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Syria, according to reports from TankerTrackers.com. On June 26, the tanker Sandro received 350,0 ...

  10. Weapons Parts Seized

    March 17, 2011 Free Malaysia Today Malaysian officials seized two containers from a ship from China that was bound for Iran. Police intercepted the cargo while the Malaysian-registered vessel was at anchor in Port Klang. The containers carried disassemble ...

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