Japan says Chinese ship was transferring cargo to North Korea, defying sanctions

Japan on Tuesday said it had detected what appeared to be a Chinese-flagged vessel, 350 kilometres off Shanghai, conducting illegal transfers to a North Korean ship. “Following a comprehensive assessment, the government of Japan strongly suspects that …
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