Information related to sanctions developments
Former policy advisor to MoU argues complex can be reopened, says gov't claims are "fake news"
Brand visible in photos cannot be named for legal reasons
One of the vessels formerly had close ties to a North Korean weapons smuggler
The DPRK increased exports of coal and ores in 2016, in potentially multiple breaches of UN sanctions
Attitudes are hardening towards Seoul, leading to a rapprochement with Pyongyang
New rules include prohibitions on dual-use items for conventional weapons
Fiji authorities deny issuing the flags, calling the registrations "fraudulent and illegal"
Mansudae Overseas Projects officials now claiming to be a Chinese construction company
While short-term impact of designations small, the move sets the groundwork for further action
Timed ban from Beijing expired on January 1
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