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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un bids farewell to the crowd before boarding his train to depart for North Korea at Dong Dang railway station in Vietnam, March 2, 2019.
Experts: sanctions may be hurting North Korea’s economy; pain might prompt Pyongyang to step up cybercrime
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FILE - U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun arrives at Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea, Feb. 3, 2019.
Visits came after each side signaled discontent with the other, and experts say each wants something different from China after breakdown of Hanoi summit
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지난 2012년 6월 북한 함경남도의 한 진료소에서 유니세프 직원들이 북한 여자 어린이의 키를 재고 있다.
Unintended consequences of sanctions mean aid groups face difficulty obtaining funding for work in North Korea
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FILE - This Feb. 16, 2018, file photo released by Japan's Ministry of Defense shows what it says North Korean-flagged tanker Yu Jong 2, left, and Min Ning De You 078 lying alongside in the East China Sea performing a ship-to-ship transfer.
'Financial sanctions against Pyongyang remain some of the most poorly implemented and actively evaded measures,' a recent UN report says
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FILE - U.S. special representative to North Korea Steve Biegun speaks at the State Department in Washington, Aug. 23, 2018.
After seeming to be willing to take Pyongyang’s preferred incremental approach before the Hanoi summit, N. Korea signaling dislike of Washington’s reversion to all-or-nothing approach with missile launch preparations
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