United States is set to reimpose sanctions on Iran after pulling out of a nuclear deal three months ago.
The Trump administration expects economic sanctions that it is re-imposing on Iran this week to further cripple the Iranian economy and will aggressively enforce the measures, senior U.S. administration officials said on Monday.
Iran files a lawsuit against the United States in the International Court of Justice alleging its decision in May to impose sanctions after pulling out of a nuclear deal violates the 1955 "Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights" between the two countries. 2018-07-17 (Context: Iran, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, United States, pulling out)
Donald Trump announces that the United States will withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal. 2018-05-8 (Context: Iran-United States relations, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, United States, pulling out)
After the United States withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, a group of conservative Iranian lawmakers burned American flags and chanted Death to America. 2018-05-9 (Context: Iran-United States relations, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, pulling out)
Iran sets seven conditions to stay in the JCPOA Iran deal after the U.S. withdrew. One of these conditions is that European banks should safeguard trade with Iran. 2018-05-23 (Context: Iran, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, pulling out)
The United States charges and sanctions nine Iranians and the Iranian company Mabna Institute for hacking and attempting to hack hundreds of universities. 2018-03-23 (Context: Iran, Iran-United States relations, United States)