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This section covers the Sanctions List published by OFAC.

OFAC publishes lists of individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country-specific.

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US Treasury sanctions multinational network supporting Iran’s UAV and military aircraft production

This network has facilitated shipments and financial transactions in support of the U.S.-designated Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company’s (HESA’s) UAV and military aircraft production, procurement, and maintenance activities.
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US Treasury targets Russian Technology Supply Chains, Military-Linked Elites and Industrial Base, and more with wide-ranging new sanctions

OFAC imposed nearly 100 sanctions on Russian elites and Russia’s industrial base, financial institutions, and technology suppliers. These wide-ranging designations demonstrate OFAC’s continued focus on individuals and entities benefiting from, supporting,...
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US Treasury designates Hizballah operatives and financial facilitators in South America and Lebanon

This action includes Amer Mohamed Akil Rada, who in addition to his role as a senior Hizballah operative, was one of the operational members of Hizballah who carried out the terrorist attack against the Asociacion Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) in Argentina in 1994 that killed 85 people. Amer and his associates manage a commercial enterprise for Hizballah, including charcoal exports to Lebanon.
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FinCEN Analysis reveals trends and patterns in Suspicious Activity Potentially tied to evasion of Russia-Related Export Controls

FinCEN issued a Financial Trend Analysis (FTA) on patterns and trends contained in Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) reporting on suspected evasion of Russia-related export controls. The reports analyzed for this FTA were filed in response to previous joint Alerts on this topic...
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Treasury designates Roman Semenov, co-founder of sanctioned virtual currency mixer Tornado Cash

Concurrent Treasury sanctions and DOJ indictments hold to account founders of mixing service that laundered stolen virtual assets for North Korea...
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US Treasury expands Burma-related sanctions and designates additional jet fuel suppliers in Burma

OFAC designated two individuals and one entity that are involved in the procurement and distribution of jet fuel to Burma’s military regime, and two entities for being owned or controlled by such persons...  
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US Treasury sanctions two Syria-Based militias responsible for serious human rights abuses in Northern Syria

The Suleiman Shah Brigade and the Hamza Division are being designated pursuant to E.O. 13894 for being responsible for or complicit in, or for having directly or indirectly engaged in, the commission of serious human rights abuses against the Syrian people...
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US Treasury sanctions entities Tted to arms deals between North Korea and Russia

As Russia has continued to expend munitions and lose heavy equipment on the battlefield, it has been increasingly forced to turn to its few allies, including the DPRK, to sustain its unprovoked war in Ukraine...
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White House issues notice on the continuation of the national emergency with respect to Lebanon

Reflects ongoing activities, such as Iran’s continuing arms transfers to Hizballah — which include increasingly sophisticated weapons systems — serve to undermine Lebanese sovereignty, contribute to political and economic instability in the region, and overall threat to US national security.
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US Treasury announces sanctions that target Russia’s access to products that support its military and war efforts;

The designations take measures to inhibit Russia’s access to products that support its military and war efforts; reduce Russia’s revenue from the metals and mining sector; undermine its future energy capabilities; degrade Russia’s access to the international financial system; and starve Russia of G7-produced technology needed for its technology, aerospace, and defense sectors.
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US Treasury targets corrupt businessman in North Macedonia

One individual, Jordan “Orce” Kamcev, in North Macedonia is designated on basis of their engagement in corruption, including abuse of office, money laundering, and other offenses for more than a decade starting in the early 2000s.
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