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U.S. Takes Control Of North Korean 'Sanctions-Busting' Ship

NPR Friday, 10 May 2019
U.S. authorities say it is the first-ever seizure of a North Korean cargo vessel for breaking international sanctions. The coal ship has been detained in Indonesia for the past year.
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The US Department of Justice announced on Thursday that the US seized a North Korean ship over suspected violations of United Nations sanctions.

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