Company ends contracts with Iran after cranes used in public hangings

A Japanese company said it has ended contracts with the Iranian government following a report that its cranes have been used for public executions.

Just days after United Against Nuclear Iran President Mark Wallace penned a July 6 opinion article in the Los Angeles Times stating that the Japanese crane company Tadano was one of several selling cranes to Iran, the company announced Tuesday it would cease making further Iranian deals.


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