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United Nations to vote on tighter North Korea sanctions in response to fresh nuclear test

Firstpost Tuesday, 29 November 2016 ()
The United Nations is readying tighter sanctions on North Korea that would limit its coal exports to China, in response to Pyongyang's fifth and biggest nuclear test, US diplomats said Monday.

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North Korea received new sanctions from the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that "aim to cut the Asian state's annual export revenue by more than a quarter." The imposed sanctions are a response to the country's "fifth and largest nuclear test in September." The U.N. council unanimously...

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