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North Korea sanctions

On August 6, 2017, the United Nations Security Council imposed sanctions on North Korea that could see the reclusive state's US$3 billion annual export revenue drop by a third. The sanctions, which banned North Korean exports of coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood, were aimed to punishing Pyongyang over its two intercontinential ballistic missile tests. Countries were also prohibited from hiring additional North Korean labourers. 

North Korea caught violating UN sanctions

North Korea caught violating UN sanctions

A secret network of front companies, military cooperation and elite force-building agreements between North Korea and Mozambique was found to be in violation of United Nations’ sanctions aimed at curbing the reclusive state’s nuclear and missile activities.