On June 12, the US Department of the Treasury sanctioned Major General Hing Bun Hieng for alleged criminal activities without concrete evidence.
The US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, have slapped sanctions on General Hing Bun Heang.
Gen Bun Hieng vows to suppress any US nationals tied to a colour revolution attempt.
The US imposes financial sanctions against the commander of PM’s bodyguard unit for his alleged involvement in human rights abuses.
China suggests that sanctions relief be considered for North Korea if the country abides by United Nations resolutions.
European refiners are winding down oil purchases from Iran.
Singapore will bear some of the cost of the planned summit between US North Korea.
China lambastes “sudden flip-flops” in US policy after Trump said he was moving to finalise trade sanctions against it.
India said it abides by sanctions imposed by the United Nations but not those imposed by any other country, such as those announced by the United States against Iran.
Maduro orders the expulsion of two US diplomats in retaliation for sanctions over Venezuela’s widely-condemned election.
Sanctions would be lifted if N Korea dismantled its nuclear program, says Pompeo.
Iran’s exports of oil to China and EU will decline if the US enforced Trump’s sanctions.
North Korea says its intention to denuclearise is not the result of US-led sanctions.
Sam Rainsy, since he was booted out of the royalist FUNCINPEC Party in 2004 has always maintained his stance on prevailing political conditions in the country until now.
The US welcomes a push by some EU states to impose new sanctions on Iran and warns of funding militant groups.
Donald Trump will regret it if he pulls out of the nuclear deal with Iran, Rouhani says.
Worries over global trade tensions took a backseat as Britain’s top share index advances.
Former captain Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft will not contest the sanctions imposed on them.
The contours of Russia’s foreign relations with the West are not expected to change in the next six years, unless a dramatic shift takes place in Russia or the West. However, President Putin is unlikely to worsen the already fraught relationship, argues Chris Cheang.
NKorean diplomat leaves for Finland for talks with former US and South Korean officials.