EU adds some 180 people, entities to Iran sanctions

By REUTERS
December 1, 2011 15:04

 
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BRUSSELS - EU governments agreed on Thursday to add approximately 180 people and entities to its sanctions on Iran, an EU official said.

The ratcheting up of pressure on Iran follows a November 8 report by the International Atomic Energy Agency which presented intelligence suggesting that Iran had worked on designing an atomic bomb and may still be secretly carrying out related research, which Tehran denies.    

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