Mark Turner

UN Correspondent for Financial Times

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The  UN Security Council is debating  possible sanctions against North Korea after its apparent nuclear test on Sunday.  US Ambassador John Bolton is impatient with the pace of the…

US Circulates Proposal at UN to Sanction North Korea

The UN Security Council is debating possible sanctions against North Korea after its apparent nuclear test on Sunday.  US Ambassador John Bolton is impatient with the pace of the…

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