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Will latest UN sanctions have any effect on North Korea after 11 years of trying?

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 02:09
The United Nations Security Council passed a new resolution on Monday with fresh sanctions aimed at reining in North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme. Under the sanctions – considered the toughest yet against Pyongyang – the annual export of oil and fuel products to the country would be cut from about 8.5 million barrels to two million. The resolution came a week after the reclusive regime conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test, and after it has launched 13 ballistic... South China Morning Post - China feed

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