Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
Ongoing legal proceedings highlight extent of North Korean involvement with trusted foreign partners
Ship inspection records show regular visits to Russian ports, vessel one of two visiting Russia in recent months
Owners had defaulted on mortgage payments, crew only recently able to go back to North Korea
Company fined $270,000 but took more than $1 million in insurance payments from North Korea between 2008 and 2011
Isreali law group looking to recoup $330m in damages awarded by U.S. court over abduction 15 years ago
Singaporean shipping company, director and assets designated for assisting Ocean Maritime Management
Ship associated with sanctioned company that attempted to smuggle weapons through Panama
All crew members now repatriated, ship under jurisdiction of Mexican port authority
However exact number currently left in Mexico still unclear, 21 required in order to sail
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