EU expands sanctions against Iran, adds 100 new entities

BRUSSELS - The European Union significantly expanded its sanctions against Iran on Monday, reflecting mounting frustration over a lack of progress in nuclear talks with Tehran, EU diplomats said.
EU foreign ministers agreed at a meeting in Brussels to add about 100 new entities to a list of companies and people affected by EU sanctions, such as asset freezes.
"It's been adopted," one EU diplomat said.
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