Friday, July 17, 2009

U.N. condemns North Korea . . . again

"The U.N. Security Council on Thursday expanded the list of North Korean bodies and individuals under sanctions for nuclear and missile activities, adding its atomic energy agency and two of its top officials. Altogether, the council's North Korea sanctions committee clamped five new organizations and five people under asset freezes and travel bans, and banned the import into the reclusive communist state of two weapons-related materials."

North Korea still has nuclear warheads and intercontinental missiles capable of reaching U.S. soil. Do the U.N. sanctions make anyone feel safer?

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