EU Blacklists North Korea’s Defense Minister, Chinese Firms for First Time in New Sanctions Over Russia's War in Ukraine

The European Union (EU) has agreed to ban exports to three Chinese companies and blacklist North Korea's Defense Minister in new sanctions for the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

North Korea's Kim Jong Un Receives Car From Russia's Vladimir Putin in Another Sign of Warming Ties Between the 2 Countries

North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, has reportedly received a car from Russia's President Vladimir Putin as a personal gift...

US Is Considering Slapping Sanctions on Chinese Companies Helping Russia Fuel Its War in Ukraine

The United States (US) is reportedly considering imposing sanctions on Chinese companies suspected of helping Russia in its war in Ukraine...

North Korea Is Making Efforts to Increase Koryo Medicine Production Despite Significant Risk

North Korea is making efforts to expand its Koryo medicine production...

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