US cracks down on Iranians suspected of nuke ties

June 15, 2007 20:02

The US government took action Friday against two Iranians suspected of connections to Iran's nuclear program. The Treasury Department action, part of efforts to tighten the financial vise on Teheran, is against Mohammad Qannadi and Ali Hajinia Leilabadi. Any bank accounts or other financial assets belonging to these two men found in the US must be frozen. In addition, Americans are forbidden from doing business with them.

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