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U.N. Security Council Imposes New Sanctions on North Korea

HeadlineSep 12, 2017
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The United Nations Security Council has imposed a new round of sanctions on North Korea. The resolution was drafted and pushed for by the United States. It seeks to further cripple North Korea’s economy by limiting North Korea’s oil imports, banning its textile exports and imposing other restrictions on the nation’s economy. Ahead of Monday’s Security Council vote, North Korea warned the U.S. it could face retaliation if it pushed for the harsh sanctions. Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is calling for a new round of negotiations with North Korea, advocating for a diplomatic alternative to the rising military tensions between North Korea and the U.S. Merkel highlighted the role Germany played in brokering the landmark Iran nuclear deal, and said, “I could imagine such a format being used to end the North Korea conflict.”

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