Japan defense force ships watching for North Korea smuggling at sea

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force vessels have been sent to waters off the Korean Peninsula since late last year in their first involvement in efforts to crack down on North Korea’s attempts to evade international sanctions, government …
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