Japan navy spots NKorea tanker suspected of illegal transfer

TOKYO – Japan’s Foreign Ministry says a Japanese warship has spotted a North Korean tanker and another tanker with a Korean name apparently transferring fuel on the open seas in violation of U.N. sanctions. The ministry said in a statement Friday that …
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