Members of the security personnel keep watch at their position in the Great Hall of the People during the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing, China March 6, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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China's government said Tuesday it asked for a hold on a U.S. request for United Nations sanctions against ships accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions imposed over its weapons programs while it looks into who would be affected.Washington requested the sanctions following reports foreign traders are helping North Korea violate limits on oil imports and other trade imposed in an effort to pressure leader Kim Jong Un to stop nuclear and missile development.South Korean authorities have seized two vessels suspected of moving oil to the North.
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