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US Sanctions 30 Firms, Individuals for Aiding Iran, North Korea Arms Programs

A ballistic missile is launched and tested in an undisclosed location, Iran, in this handout photo released by Farsnews on March 9, 2016. (REUTERS/farsnews.com/Handout via Reuters)
A ballistic missile is launched and tested in an undisclosed location, Iran, in this handout photo released by Farsnews on March 9, 2016. (REUTERS/farsnews.com/Handout via Reuters)

WASHINGTON—The United States has imposed sanctions on 30 foreign companies or individuals for transferring sensitive technology to Iran for its missile program or for violating...




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