UK and Japan push for new sanctions against North Korea

The governments of Britain and Japan will step up the pace of sanctions against North Korea, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said during a visit to the Japanese capital of Tokyo.

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    The governments of Britain and Japan will step up the pace of sanctions against North Korea, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said during a visit to the Japanese capital of Tokyo.

    She called for new UN sanctions against Pyongyang after it fired a missile over Japanese territory on Tuesday.

     

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Tokyo.


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