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Japan expands sanctions aimed at N Korea

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Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the asset freeze will put more pressure on North Korea to toe the line.

Tokyo

JAPAN said Friday it had added 19 more entities to its list of organisations and individuals targeted by asset-freeze sanctions on North Korea.

The sanctions list now comprises 103 entities and 108 individuals in total, including seven Chinese entities, five Chinese

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