All over Iran, the mood is a mix of gloom along with anxiety, defiance and anger.
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The latest round of U.S. sanctions on Iran's vital oil industry may have just started Monday but some Iranians say they have already become a basic fact of life.The last tranche of sanctions hit Iran Monday, targeting its oil and financial sectors, following President Donald Trump's decision in May to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal.Hit by months of economic turmoil since that decision, in part due to U.S. pressure but also to long-standing problems in the domestic economy and banking sector, many Iranians were left nonplussed when the final sanctions hit.All over Iran, the mood is a mix of gloom along with anxiety, defiance and anger.Iranians were not holding their breath for a quick solution to the country's economic woes.
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