The European Union on Monday imposed asset freezes and visa bans on Iran’s education and culture ministers in a fifth round of sanctions against Tehran over its crackdown on demonstrators.
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The new measures targeted 32 individuals and two entities, and were largely aimed at lawmakers, judiciary officials and prison authorities accused of involvement in the repression.
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