Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP
Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP
North Korea

North Korea UN sanctions are hurting the vulnerable, aid workers say

‘Very little’ aid reaching those who need it most and some China channels have recently been blocked, according to humanitarian workers

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Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP
Hepatitis B medicine provided by US-based Christian Friends of Korea is delivered to a health care centre in Pyongyang last year. Aid groups say sanctions are hurting those who need help the most. Photo: Christian Friends of Korea via AP
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