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Peter Graff

Trump says firms doing business in Iran to be barred from U.S. as sanctions hit

08 Aug 2018

BEIRUT/LONDON Companies doing business with Iran will be barred from the United States, President Donald Trump said on Tuesday, as new U.S. sanctions took effect despite pleas from Washington's allies. | Video

Trump droht Firmen mit Konsequenzen bei Iran-Geschäften

07 Aug 2018

Beirut/London US-Präsident Donald Trump warnt Unternehmen weltweit vor Verstößen gegen die neuen Iran-Sanktionen.

Afghanistan's Abdullah won't rule out running for president, sharing power

07 Jun 2018

LONDON Abdullah Abdullah, the political leader who twice backed down from election disputes that plunged Afghanistan into crisis, said on Thursday he had not ruled out standing again next year, and might agree to share power with his opponent.

Trump's 'America first' speech alarms U.S. allies

29 Apr 2016

LONDON Donald Trump's first major foreign policy address alarmed American allies, who view the Republican front runner's repeated invocation of an "America first" agenda as a threat to retreat from the world. | Video

Emboldened in Syria and Iraq, Islamic State may be reaching limits of expansion

28 May 2015

LONDON With its two biggest victories in nearly a year in Iraq and Syria, Islamic State has energised its fighters, littered the streets of two cities with the bodies of its enemies and forced Washington to re-examine its strategy.

Analysis - Emboldened in Syria and Iraq, Islamic State may be reaching limits of expansion

27 May 2015

LONDON With its two biggest victories in nearly a year in Iraq and Syria, Islamic State has energized its fighters, littered the streets of two cities with the bodies of its enemies and forced Washington to re-examine its strategy.

Emboldened in Syria and Iraq, Islamic State may be reaching limits of expansion

27 May 2015

LONDON With its two biggest victories in nearly a year in Iraq and Syria, Islamic State has energized its fighters, littered the streets of two cities with the bodies of its enemies and forced Washington to re-examine its strategy.

This time around, Russia-Ukraine gas feud is mostly hot air

26 Feb 2015

KIEV The rhetoric is as melodramatic as ever, but this time around Russia's threat to cut off Ukraine's natural gas is mostly hot air.

Analysis - This time around, Russia-Ukraine gas feud is mostly hot air

26 Feb 2015

KIEV The rhetoric is as melodramatic as ever, but this time around Russia's threat to cut off Ukraine's natural gas is mostly hot air.

Ukraine central bank abruptly reverses currency trading ban

25 Feb 2015

KIEV Ukraine's central bank unexpectedly banned most currency trading on Wednesday, only to abruptly reverse the decision overnight, causing havoc in the market for the plunging hryvnia.

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