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Japan has told North Korea that it is considering extending its unilateral sanctions against Pyongyang beyond April- Kyodo citing sources. Japan government is making arrangements to extend the sanctions on North Korea, possibly for two years- Kyodo. Japan's cabinet decision on sanctions on N.Korea could be made in April unless substantial progress is made...
JAPAN HAS TOLD NORTH KOREA THAT IT IS CONSIDERING EXTENDING ITS UNILATERAL SANCTIONS AGAINST PYONGYANG BEYOND APRIL- KYODO CITING SOURCES.
WASHINGTON, Feb 5- U.S. lawmakers introduced legislation on Thursday to broaden sanctions against North Korea by imposing stiffer punishments on international companies that do business with Pyongyang. "Additionally, it presses the Administration to use all available tools to impose sanctions against North Korea and on countries and companies that...
WASHINGTON, Feb 5- U.S. lawmakers introduced legislation on Thursday to broaden sanctions against North Korea by imposing stiffer punishments on international companies that do business with Pyongyang, congressional committee aides told Reuters. The initiative, sponsored by both Republicans and Democrats, responds to concern in Congress about last...
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On Sunday, North Korea slammed fresh sanctions that were imposed upon it by the U.S. in response to the hacking of Sony Pictures, calling them "a reflection of Washington's hostility." CNBC's June Yoon has more.
HONOLULU, Jan 2- North Korea was hit with more U.S. sanctions on Friday in response to what Washington said was its role in a cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, the White House said on Friday. The sanctions named three entities, including the country's military intelligence agency, as well as 10 North Korean government officials, among them individuals...
WASHINGTON, Jan 2- A senior Obama administration official on Friday said there were many possible explanations behind a recent Internet outage in North Korea, including the possibility that Pyongyang itself had orchestrated it.
WASHINGTON, Jan 2- New U.S. sanctions imposed against North Korea on Friday were not directly linked to the recent cyber attack on Sony Corp., senior administration officials in Washington said. The sanctions announced by President Barack Obama named three entities, including Pyongyang's military intelligence agency, and 10 individuals.
Former FBI Special Agent Jeff Lanza discusses how new sanctions placed on North Korea by President Obama serve as retaliation for the Sony hack.
President Barack Obama authorized additional sanctions against North Korea in what he said was the first U.S. response to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, the White House said on Friday. The sanctions named three entities as well as 10 North Korean government officials, including individuals working in Iran, Syria, China, Russia and Namibia,...
President Obama has authorized new sanctions for North Korea, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
The U.S. government tightened sanctions on North Korea in retaliation for the devastating cyberattacks against Sony.
Clint van Zandt, Former FBI agent, says the FBI is still comfortable with their analysis North Korea is responsible for the attack on Sony. Jon Condra, Flashpoint Global Partners, provides perspective on the North Korea narrative.