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Post by Ssmith on Thu Nov 08, 2018 8:52 am


Erbil police seize millions of USD, IQD, arrest 100 suspected traders
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Counterfeiting should be expected. They should not Spatz out from natural occurrence. Folks are broke...they figure out how to survive. RV your currency

CNBC: Oil prices rise on report of Russia, Saudi output cut talks


Reuters: The knowns and unknowns of U.S. Iran oil sanction waivers

Facing new sanctions, Iranians vent anger at rich and powerful

GENEVA (Reuters) - More Iranians are using social media to vent anger at what they see
as the corruption and extravagance of a privileged few, while the majority struggles to get by in an economy facing tighter U.S. sanctions.

The country has been hit by a wave of protests during the last year, some of them violent, but as economic pressures rise, people are increasingly pointing fingers at the rich and powerful, including clerics, diplomats, officials and their families.

One person channeling that resentment is Seyed Mahdi Sadrossadati, a relatively obscure cleric who has amassed 256,000 followers on his Instagram account with a series of scathing posts aimed at children of the elite.

In one recent post, he blasted the “luxury life” of a Revolutionary Guards commander and his son, who posted a selfie online in front of a tiger lying on the balcony of a mansion.

Openly criticizing a well-known member of the powerful military unit that answers to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is in itself an unusual act of defiance. link

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