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UN Security Council unanimously adopts North Korea sanctions

  • Tue, 12 Sep 2017 10:38

North Korea's $ 937 million textiles export industry is banned under new UN sanctions, but the watered-down resolution doesn't stop Pyongyang importing oil.

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