State media review: North Korea attacks sanction-enforcing Francophones
An in-depth analysis of French and Canadian sanctions monitoring, the latest Cabinet meeting, a boy on fire and more
North Korea marked the 78th founding anniversary of its ruling party on Tuesday, but unlike past years the country quietly celebrated the national holiday.
Two North Korean researchers working with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued condemnations against France and Canada who recently joined Japan in monitoring illicit ship-to-ship transfers. They accused the two countries of endangering “peace and security” in the Asia-Pacific region to show off their loyalty to the U.S.
The Cabinet held an enlarged plenary meeting to review the status of yearly economic plans and “defects and deviations” from some units
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