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North Korea flouts UN sanctions earning millions, say experts

North Korea is flouting UN sanctions on oil and gas, engaging in prohibited ballistic missile cooperation with Syria and Burma, and illegally exporting commodities that brought in nearly $200 million in just nine months last year, according to UN experts. The experts said Pyongyang is still able to access the global financial system through "deceptive practices combined with critical deficiencies in the implementation of financial sanctions.
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