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[Homework]CNN 2016-03-08

Carl Azuz at the CNN Center On March 4th show, begins with news out of North Korea. The Communist country launched six short range missiles yesterday. They flew about 60 to 90 miles east into the sea. It was an active defiance, and here is why. The United Nations Security Council voted earlier this week to penalize North Korea. This organization is responsible for keeping international peace and security. Its members were angry with North Korea. Because in January, it said it had tested an incredibly powerful nuclear bomb, and in Febuary it said it used a long range rocket to put a satellite in the orbit. The UN has sanctioned, penalties in place, to pressure North Korea to get rid of its nuclear and missile program. Now more sanctions are coming. 2, please raise their hands.

The US calls it a seismic makeshift in the way North Korea is dealt with. Unprecedented, groundbreaking. All the * being brought out for the occasion. North Korea's response was swift. Six short range projectiles fired off their east coast. A clear sign the regime's not happy with the latest UN sanctions. Among the new expanded restrictions, a mandatory inspection of all cargo going in and out of North Korea, a complete ban on small arm sales, a wider ban on luxury goods, a ban on aviation and rocket fuel, and limits on its sales of coal and iron ore. That last one, if implemented fully, could make a sizable dent on North Korea's exports. The US says coal exports alone account for around a billion dollars of the country's annual income. The key to the sanction's success is China and how carefully it will police its almost 900 mile, or 1500 km border with North Korea, up until now Pyongyang's main smuggling route. But the fact Beijing signed onto strong sanctions at all is significant to itself.


Kim Jong-un, however, has consistently made it clear, its full steam ahead about its missile and nuclear program. We fully anticipate that they will try to drive a truck through any loopholes that they can find, but this revolution is so comprehensive. There are so many provisions that leave no gap, no window.

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Our March 4th show begins with news out of North Korea.The communist country launched six short-range missiles yesterday. They flew about sixty to ninety miles east into the sea. It was an act of defiance and here is why.The UN Security council voted earlier this week to penalize North Korea.This organization is responsible for keeping international peace and security.Its members were angy with North Korea because in January it said it had tested an incredibly powerful nuclear bomb.And in Febuary it said it had used a long-range rocket to put a satellite into orbit. The UN has sanctions and penalties in place to pressure North Korea to get rid of its nuclear and missile programs. Now more sanctions are coming.
"Please raise their hands." The US calls it a final shift in the way North Korea is dealt with.Unprecedented,groundbreaking,all the possibility having been brought out for the occasion.North Korea's response was swift, six short-range projectiles fired off their east  coast, a clear sign that the regime is not happy with the latest UN's  sanctions.Among the newly expanded restrictions,a mandatory inspection of all cargos going in and out of North Korea, a complete ban on small arms sale, a wider ban on luxury goods,a ban on aviation and rocket fuel and limits on its sales of coal and iron ore.That last one, if implemented fully,could make a sizable dent in North Korea's export.The US says coal exports alone accounts for around a billion dollars of the country's annual income. The key to the sanction' success is China, and how careful it would please at its almost nine hundred mile or fifteen kilometer border with North Korea, up untill now Pingyong's main smuggling route.But the fact that Beijing signed on the strong sanctions at all is significant in itself. Kim however has consistently made it clear that it full steam ahead with both its missile and nucear programs.
We fully anticipate that  they will try to drive its truck through any loophole
they can find, but this revolution is so comprehensive. There are so many provisions that leave no gap, no window.
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