The INSTEX system is intended to allow companies based in the European Union to continue to engage in business with Iran without running afoul of sanctions imposed by the U.S.
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The Trump administration implements its second round of Iran sanctions, the Pentagon warns of Islamic State reconsolidation, and MBS escalates his war in Yemen.
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Russia and Turkey reach an agreement to avert a crisis in Syria, the Trump administration reconsiders plans for a Trump-chaired UN Security Council session, and the offensive to retake Hodeidah is back on.
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