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China's Daqing has produced more than two billion tonnes of oil since it started flowing almost 60 years ago

China Cracks Down on Coal, but Continues to Feed North Korea Oil

China is abiding by United Nations sanctions on North Korea, halting shipments of coal and seafood, among other exports. Yet, as they fall out of the scope of the sanctions, China continues to supply Pyongyang with a pivotal oil supply that can diminish the effects of the sanctions, Australia’s ABC reported Sunday.

Mike Pence Asks Latin American Leaders to Cut Ties with North Korea

Vice President Mike Pence urged Chile, Peru, Mexico, and other Latin American nations to consider cutting all diplomatic ties to North Korea during his visit to Chile on Wednesday, suggesting only a full diplomatic freeze could pressure the rogue communist state to cease its constant threats of nuclear attack.

North Koreans wave banners and shout slogans at a state organised anti-American rally in Pyongyang

North Korea Fills Pyongyang Square for Anti-America Rally

The communist government of North Korea touted an apparently thousands-strong rally in the heart of Pyongyang – Kim Il-sung Square – Wednesday in response to President Donald Trump’s warning that any attack on U.S. soil would be met with unprecedented “fire and fury.”

EXCLUSIVE — Slovenia’s Side of Melania’s Story: How the First Lady’s Upbringing in Communist Eastern Europe Shaped Her Fight for Freedom in America

SEVNICA, Slovenia — It’s a short book, just 42 pages and some filled with photographs. But it goes a long way in explaining the facts about the strong, proud people who carved a small but free nation out of the former Communist Yugoslavia and produced one of the most famous women in the world: Melania Trump.

Chinese State Media Rails Against ‘Hindu Nationalism’ as Beijing Fortifies Indian Border

China’s state-run media is accusing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of stoking “intense nationalism” in the country and taking advantage of anti-Chinese sentiment to amass power in columns published this week. The articles follow a month-long dispute along the mutual border near Bhutan exacerbated by China’s recent haul of major military hardware towards India.

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