UN Probes Tanzania and Uganda Deals With North Korea

Tanzania and Uganda are among several African countries under United Nations scrutiny for violations of sanctions against North Korea. According to a UN panel of experts' report, Tanzania is under investigation over alleged military dealings with a North Korean firm, while Uganda is being probed for the training of military and police by the Asian country.

President Museveni (L) welcomes his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-Hye to State House Entebbe on last weekend.


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