Japan decides to extend its trade and port call sanctions against North Korea

Japan decided Friday to extend a trade embargo and other unilateral sanctions against North Korea for two years beyond their expiration date of April 13. The decision was made because there is no solution in sight on the abduction issue and because the communist nation is continuing to hold provocative nuclear and ballistic missile tests. […]

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