Post Profile

ILLICIT CASH FUNDING NORTH KOREAN NUKES: The US government has charged a Chinese company with helpin…

ILLICIT CASH FUNDING NORTH KOREAN NUKES: The US government has charged a Chinese company with helping finance North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Developmental Company Limited (DHID), as well as its chairwoman Ma Xiaohong and three top executives, were charged with conspiring to evade sanctions against North Korea, including by facilitating money laundering
read more


Related Posts

North Korea Has Restarted Nuclear Reactor, South Korea Says

News : The Two-Way

South Korean officials say they have confirmed that North Korea has restarted a nuclear reactor that had been shut down in 2007. In April, North Korea said it would restart the reactor to supply its nuclear weapons program.

China probes North Korea bank suspected of nuclear link: South Korea report

News : Reuters: World News

SEOUL (Reuters) - China is investigating executives of a North Korean bank believed to finance the illicit procurement of arms and materials related to the isolated country's banned nuclear program, South Korea's JoongAng Daily repo...

Trump and Clinton didn’t discuss Aleppo once during last night’s presidential debate

News : BlogPost

The first presidential debate had many globetrotting moments: the battle against the Islamic State, support for the NATO alliance, North Korea's nuclear program and the deal to limit the one in Iran. One locale was conspicuously abs...

U.S. Sanctions Chinese Firm for Allegedly Supporting North Korean Weapons Program

Politics / US Politics : Time: Swampland

The Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development Co. and four of the firm's executives were charged

China upset as U.S. sanctions firm tied to North Korea nuclear program

News : Reuters: World News

BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday it was opposed to any country using its own laws to carry out "long arm jurisdiction", after the United States sanctioned a Chinese industrial machinery wholesaler tied to North Korea's nucl...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC