Tehran says it has arrested several French intelligence agents in relation to protests over the death of 22-year-old Iranian woman Masha Amini in custody in September.
The sanctions target officials over their alleged roles in the security crackdown against massive anti-government protests and supply of drones to Russia.
In a first round of sanctions in October, the EU imposed travel bans and asset freezes on 15 Iranian individuals and institutions linked to the young woman's death and the clamp-down on protests.
The person was charged with "disturbing public order and peace, assembly and collusion to commit crimes against national security, war and corruption in the land," according to Mizan News Agency, affiliated with Iran's judiciary.
Mehran Karimi Nasseri, who lived for 18 years in Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport, dies after heart attack at Terminal 2F, officials say.
The indictments follow an investigation launched after images posted on social media networks showed a group of protesters assaulting Basij member Ruhollah Ajamian.
Seoul confirms talks are going on over an unspecified number of 155-millimetre artillery shells but says Washington would be the "end user" of the lethal weapons.
Hypersonic missiles can fly at least five times faster than the speed of sound and on a complex trajectory, which makes them difficult to intercept.
In Iran, protests triggered by the death of Mahsa Amini – a woman who was detained by morality police – quickly turned into a popular revolt, with a wide range of people taking part.
Experts and Tehran-watchers say the public uprising and Iranian government’s violent crackdown have potentially killed any prospect of putting the negotiations back on track.
Police didn't immediately share details but said an investigation had began into the incident at a traffic police station.
Iranian state TV reported that the carrier would be able to put a satellite weighing 80 kg into orbit some 500 kilometres from Earth.
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