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B. 2013-08-28 North Korea ship 'broke embargo' Panama
C. 2013-07-17 North Korea to Panama: Release our ship, crew North Korea
3. 2013-03-11 US expands North Korea sanctions Washington
2013-03-07 U.N. passes new North Korea sanctions UN Security Council
F. 2013-01-24 N Korea warns South on sanctions Pyongyang, North Korea
G. 2010-07-21 North Korea criticises new US sanctions North Korea
7. 2010-05-23 S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea South Korea
I. 2009-06-12 U.N. tightens sanctions on North Korea UN Security Council
J. 2009-06-10 UN agrees on tougher N. Korea sanctions UN Security Council

N Korea warns South on sanctions Map of Pyongyang North Korea
North Korea ship 'broke embargo'   Panama: Panama says an undeclared Cuban weapons cargo found on a N. Korean ship is an 'undoubted violation' of the United Nations' arms embargo North Korea to Panama: Release our ship, crew  North Korea has a message for Panamanian authorities who seized a cargo ship packed with sugar and weapons: Release the boat and let the crew go US expands North Korea sanctions  Washington: The US has imposed sanctions on North Korea's primary foreign exchange bank and 4 individuals, amid heightened tensions U.N. passes new North Korea sanctions


year 2013 Top ^

Aug.28
Jul.17
Mar.11
Mar.7
  UN Security Council: The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Thursday for tougher sanctions against North Korea. China, North Korea's key ally agreed to it
Jan.24
  Pyongyang pledged 'physical counter-measures' against South Korea if it participated in the UN sanctions regime



year 2010 Top ^

Jul.21
May.23
  South Korea: South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture


year 2009 Top ^

Jun.12 U.N. tightens sanctions on North Korea
  UN Security Council: The 15-0 vote on Resolution 1874 is to expand and tighten sanctions on North Korea after that nation's recent nuclear test Jun.10 UN agrees on tougher N. Korea sanctions  UN Security Council: The five permanent members have agreed on a resolution that would expand and tighten sanctions on North Korea Apr.9 Japan to extend N Korea sanctions  Japan's government has decided to extend economic sanctions for another year over N Korea recent rocket launch

year 2008 Top ^

Jun.26 US to ease North Korea sanctions  Washington: The US has agreed to scrap some of its sanctions, after the isolated state handed over long-awaited details of its nuclear program Apr.11 Japan extends sanctions on N. Korea  Japan extended for 6 months the economic sanctions imposed on North Korea for conducting its first test of a nuclear weapon in 2006

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.8 Japan extends N Korea sanctions  Japan has extended economic sanctions, citing a lack of progress in a row over Japanese nationals abducted by Pyongyang Jan.26   Cognac and iPod ban for N Korea  Washington: The US has banned exports of iPods, fine wines and fast cars as part of the punishment for the nuclear bomb test last year

year 2006 Top ^

Oct.19 N. Korean ship may test sanctions
  The U.S. suspects the merchant ship that recently left port may be carrying equipment banned equipment Oct.16 North Korea condemns UN sanctions
  The state media: the sanctions imposed after nuclear bomb test are a declaration of war Oct.14   Japan, South Korea hail sanctions vote  2 Asian states have welcomed the sanctions imposed by the U.N. Security Council on the North U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  UN Security Council: The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment
Oct.11 Japan announces N Korea sanctions  Tough new sanctions will include banning all N. Korean imports and stopping its ships entering Japanese waters Oct.9 U.S. calls for sanctions against N. Korea  Washington: The United States circulated a draft resolution to U.N. Security Council calling for stiff weapons sanctions Jul.15 Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions
  UN Security Council: The Security Council demanded that N. Korea suspend its ballistic missile program
Jan.9 Talks hit sanctions snag

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.25   No N. Korea sanctions: Powell  South Korea: The U.S. are hoping instead to increase diplomatic and political pressure on Pyongyang to rid it of its nuclear ambitions Jan.6 Sanctions 'would mean war'  North Korea has said that economic sanctions by the U.S. would represent a declaration of war

year 2001 Top ^

Jun.18 North Korea demands compensation


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