ニュースの中での Sanction

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The Independent
· Boris Johnson has to stand up to Netanyahu’s annexation plans – for the sake of the Palestinians and peace  
So much so that within the EU a debate has started over whether, if Netanyahu implements his threat, sanctions should be applied to Israel as they have been to Russia over its illegal annexation of Crimea.
Malay Mail
· France, Britain, Germany ‘regret’ US end to Iran nuclear waivers  
PARIS, May 30 — France, Germany and Britain today criticised a US decision to end sanctions waivers allowing work on Iranian nuclear sites designed to prevent weapons development.
CNA
· Hong Kong leaders say Trump 'completely wrong' for curbing ties  
Speaking hours after Trump said the city no longer warranted economic privileges and some officials could face sanctions, security minister John Lee told reporters that Hong Kong's government could not be threatened and would push ahead with the new laws.
Al Jazeera
· UNSC extends South Sudan arms embargo until May 2021  
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has adopted a resolution on Friday extending until May next year an arms embargo on South Sudan and a travel ban and financial sanctions for targeted individuals.
The Guardian
· 'Dominic Raab must resign or be sacked': Harry Dunn's parents on their long fight for justice  
Their local MP, Conservative Andrea Leadsom, writes to Raab suggesting three penalties if the US continues to refuse to extradite Sacoolas: sanctions, expelling diplomats and closing RAF Croughton.
The New York Times
· In Hong Kong, Anxiety and Defiance Over Trump’s Move to Cut Ties  
Officials in Hong Kong and China would also be sanctioned over the decision to impose national security laws.
The Guardian
· Hong Kong officials lash out at Trump plan to strip city of special status  
Speaking hours after Trump said the city no longer warranted economic privileges and some officials could face sanctions, security minister John Lee told reporters on Saturday that Hong Kong’s government could not be threatened and would push ahead with the new laws.
The Guardian
· Jared Kushner is a Know Nothing – not just because he has failed on so many fronts  
The Republicans promised to restore the rule of law after the election by bringing members of the current federal administration before the bar of justice for their crimes: “That all these things have been done with the knowledge, sanction, and procurement of the present National Administration; and that for this high crime against the Constitution, the Union, and humanity, we arraign that Administration, the President, his advisers, agents, supporters, apologists, and accessories, either before or after the fact, before the country and before the world; and that it is our fixed purpose to bring the actual perpetrators of these atrocious outrages and their accomplices to a sure and condign punishment thereafter.”
The China Post
· China says US action on Hong Kong ‘doomed to fail’  
Speculation over Washington’s response has included the possibility that those connected with the crackdown, including members of the Hong Kong police force, could face U.S. travel bans or other sanctions.
Japan Today
· What could losing U.S. 'special status' mean for Hong Kong?  
Short of military action, economic sanctions are really the only strong action the free world can take against Hong Kong- a puppet of Communist China.