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DPRK’s Soviet-era fleet in desperate need of modernization, but experts say costs involved may be too big to overcome
South Korean man allegedly violated foreign transactions law as head of organization that engaged with DPRK
Statement comes as DPRK hackers have allegedly stolen hundreds of millions this year to fund its weapons programs
Ramon Olorunwa Abbas flaunted wealth on social media that he earned in part by conspiring to help Pyongyang, US says
Exclusive photos show domestic products fill shelves but far fewer luxury goods on display than before the pandemic
Treasury alleges men helped DPRK fund weapons programs, while doubling down on designation of Tornado Cash crypto mixer
Embassy praises ongoing women’s clothing expo in DPRK capital but adds cooperation must comply with UN sanctions
Police report they were in communication with Washington about Kwek Kee Seng even before US offered $5 million reward
Latest launch comes as US B-1B strategic bombers join final day of Vigilant Storm exercises, according to ROK military
Experts note there are no international personnel in country to verify whether DPRK uses the money as intended
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