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China says lifting some U.N. sanctions on North Korea could help break deadlock

Reuters Tuesday, 17 December 2019
China and Russia are pushing the U.N. Security Council to lift some sanctions on North Korea to ease the country's humanitarian concerns and to "break the deadlock" in stalled denuclearization talks between Washington and Pyongyang, China's U.N. ambassador said on Tuesday.
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Statues, seafood and textiles were proposed exports to be taken off the North Korea sanctions lift on Monday. Ryan Brooks reports.

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