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Oil embargo against North Korea could be approaching

The conflict between North Korea and the rest of the world is escalating day by day. An extensive oil embargo could be in store for the country.

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North Korea continues to test the patience of the international community and may soon reach its limit. Rumors have now surfaced that the US and several other nations intend to launch an oil embargo against the country.

US Ambassador to the UN, Nikky Haley, urged for the strongest possible sanctions against North Korea at an emergency meeting in the UN Security Council Monday evening, where 15 member nations discussed how to react to North Korea's latest nuclear test.

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