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TENSIONS IN KOREA

Sanctions may hurt but China oil is N Korea's weakness

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The sun rises over Friendship Bridge on the Yalu River connecting the North Korean town of Sinuiju and Dandong, the Chinese border city. As other nations have shunned trade with North Korea in recent years, China has shown a willingness to step in to fill the gap.

Hong Kong

FOR North Korea's fledgling economy, the latest round of sanctions will cut deep.

The curbs on everything from lead and fish exports to shady North Korean companies coincide with a deadly drought that's ruining crops, darkening an already dire humanitarian picture. An

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