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How Russia quietly undercuts sanctions intended to stop North Korea’s nuclear program

The Washington Post
September 11, 2017
By Joby Warrick

Russian smugglers are scurrying to the aid of North Korea with shipments of petroleum and other vital supplies that could help that country weather harsh new economic sanctions, U.S. officials say in an assessment that casts further doubt on whether financial measures alone can force dictator Kim Jong Un to abandon his nuclear weapons program.
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