The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered an appellate court to reconsider allowing the brother of a victim of Iranian terrorism to collect $2.8 million from a California company that owes Iran for a cancelled weapons shipment. Dariush Elahi’s brother, Cyrus, a leader in a France-based Iranian opposition movement, was assassinated in Paris in 1990. French authorities blamed the Iranian government for the killing. Full Story
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