China vows to enforce UN sanctions on North Korea

China says it will begin enforcing United Nations sanctions on North Korea over its missiles programme starting on Tuesday, almost three weeks before the deadline.

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    China says it will begin enforcing United Nations sanctions on North Korea over its missiles programme starting on Tuesday, almost three weeks before the deadline.

    North Korean coal, iron ore, and seafood will no longer be imported, a move that could cost Pyongyang up to $1bn in lost revenue.

    Al Jazeera's China correspondent Adrian Brown reports from Dandong on the China-North Korea border.


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