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Daily Archives: August 10, 2018

Wave of Strikes Hits Syria’s Last Rebel-held Bastion

Dozens of airstrikes and shelling hit parts of the last swath of Syrian territory still held by rebels Friday, according to rebels, rescue workers and a war monitoring group, in a possible prelude to a full-scale government offensive.The U.K.-based Syr…

Study: Iran Carrying Out More Cyberattacks for Profit

A U.S.-based cybersecurity intelligence group says Iranian state institutions have perpetrated a growing number of international cyberattacks for profit in recent months.In a VOA Persian interview, Accenture Security growth and strategy leader Tom Park…

Study: Iran Carrying Out More Cyberattacks for Profit

A U.S.-based cybersecurity intelligence group says Iranian state institutions have perpetrated a growing number of international cyberattacks for profit in recent months.In a VOA Persian interview, Accenture Security growth and strategy leader Tom Park…

Trump Doubles Tariffs on Turkish Steel, Aluminum Imports

U.S. President Donald Trump further escalated tensions with Turkey Friday by announcing a sharp increase in tariffs on steel and aluminum imports in an early morning post on Twitter.In announcing 20 percent tariffs on aluminum and 50 percent tariffs on…

Trump Doubles Tariffs on Turkish Steel, Aluminum Imports

U.S. President Donald Trump further escalated tensions with Turkey Friday by announcing a sharp increase in tariffs on steel and aluminum imports in an early morning post on Twitter.In announcing 20 percent tariffs on aluminum and 50 percent tariffs on…

US Pressure Builds on Iran, With Gulf States’ Backing

New U.S economic sanctions took effect against Iran this week, targeting the Islamic Republic’s automotive industry as well as its ability to purchase U.S. dollars and trade in gold.The European Union, Russia, China and Iraq broadly criticized the new …

US Pressure Builds on Iran, With Gulf States’ Backing

New U.S economic sanctions took effect against Iran this week, targeting the Islamic Republic’s automotive industry as well as its ability to purchase U.S. dollars and trade in gold.The European Union, Russia, China and Iraq broadly criticized the new …