Namibian Govt Under Pressure Over Alleged North Korea Ties
The Namibian government has rejected accusations by the coordinator of the UN Panel of Experts on North Korea who accused the southern African nation of not complying with UN Security Council sanctions against Pyongyang. Namibia and other African countries now find themselves embroiled in a tussle, as they are alleged to have supported North Korea's nuclear programme by funding various projects.
Left: Graffiti of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Hage Geingob (file photo).
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