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The unanimous ruling from the International Court of Justice orders the U.S. to allow Iran to import food, medical supplies and other products for humanitarian reasons. Here, people browse for goods in the Grand Bazaar in Tehran. Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Ends 1955 Treaty With Iran, After U.N. Court Orders A Partial Lift Of Sanctions

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An Iraqi protester stands flashing the victory gesture outside the burning headquarters of the Iranian Consulate in Basra on Sept. 7. Haidar Mohammed Ali /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump attends a meeting on the global drug problem at the United Nations with U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley a day ahead of Tuesday's official opening of the United Nations General Assembly. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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A Year After 'Rocket Man' Speech, Trump Returns To U.N. With Eyes On Iran

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People walk at the old main bazaar in Tehran, Iran, last month. The strained Iranian economy is bracing for the impact of new U.S. sanctions that went into effect Tuesday. Ebrahim Noroozi/AP hide caption

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Vida Movahed stands on a telecommunications box, holding a headscarf on a stick in protest against Iran's mandatory hijab rules, in Tehran in December. Since then, Iranians have staged various protests for women's rights. Abaca Press/Sipa USA via AP hide caption

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A man in Tehran looks at a newspaper with a picture of President Trump on the front page on Tuesday. Iran's currency traded at a fresh record-low of 119,000 to the dollar today, a loss of nearly two-thirds of its value since the start of the year as U.S. sanctions loom. Trump says he's willing to meet with Iranian leaders, but Iran doesn't seem eager to sit down. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In this photo released by the official website of the Iranian presidency, President Hassan Rouhani attends a meeting with a group of Foreign Ministry officials in Tehran on Sunday. Rouhani warned President Donald Trump against provoking his country while indicating peace between the two nations might still be possible. Iranian Presidency Office via AP hide caption

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Protesters demonstrate in Tehran on June 25. Iranian Labor News Agency via AP hide caption

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Trump Administration's Support For Iran Protests May Backfire, Experts Warn

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President Trump issued a strongly worded all-caps, late-night tweet after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (right) said that war with Iran would be "the mother of all wars and peace with Iran is the mother of all peace." AP hide caption

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Trump To Iran's President Rouhani: 'NEVER, EVER THREATEN' The U.S. Again

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A column of Yemeni pro-government forces, travels Wednesday about five miles south of Hodeidah international airport. Backed by the Saudi-led coalition, the fighters launched an offensive to retake the rebel-held Red Sea port city. Nabil Hassan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hua Qu, the wife of Chinese-American Xiyue Wang, poses with a portrait of her family in Princeton, N.J., on May 9. Families of Americans detained in Iran are hoping President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal will not make it harder to get their love ones freed. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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The sun sets behind an oil pump in the desert oil fields of Sakhir, Bahrain. OPEC nations agreed to reduce their production, but energy experts say that renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran could derail their supply cut deal. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell (left) and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier greet the media during Grenell's accreditation process at the Bellevue Palace in Berlin on Tuesday. Michael Sohn/AP hide caption

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President Trump displays his presidential memorandum reinstating nuclear sanctions on Iran at the White House on Tuesday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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U.S. To 'Prod' And 'Cajole' Allies To Stop Doing Business With Iran, Official Says

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