"The EU sanctions regime against Iran – which is applicable in Gibraltar - is much narrower than that applicable in the US."
British Royal Marines seized the vessel in Gibraltar in July on suspicion that it was carrying oil to Syria, a close ally of Iran, in violation of European Union sanctions.
The UAE reiterated its full solidarity with the Kingdom's government and people
The embassy tells Saudis to take necessary precautions in Istanbul
According to Central Bank data, the growth of residential mortgage loans remained strong at 9.2 per cent during the year
Fraudsters accuse their victims of supporting prostitution
The deaths come during a period of heightened tension between the nuclear-armed neighbours
Gibraltar had been preparing to free the ship
Lack of lifeguards, first-aid kits, safety measures and clear paths for emergency services have been named as some of the key violations.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC), Facebook's lead regulator in the European Union, already has eight individual probes into the U.S. social media giant
A new Chinese company law aims to extend similar rights to joint ventures with foreign investors as those enjoyed by domestic firms
Traders seem more concerned about lack of future demand than they do about potential disruptions to supply
With the Fed on hold, currencies stabilising and favourable oil price base effects, emerging central banks should not have to tighten monetary policy much this year – unlike in 2018.
Financial free zones who act too aggressively in the early days risk scaring away potential members, but being seen as too lenient is just as bad