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() China and Russia have backed a key resolution that curbs textile exports and restricts shipments of oil products.

North Korea has staged a huge military parade less than 24 hours ahead of the opening of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

The extravaganza celebrated the 70th anniversary of the founding of North Korea.

The Australian police described him as a "loyal agent of North Korea." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) on Sunday alleged that a Sydney resident had been an "economic agent" for North Korea in violation of domestic and international sanctions. The naturalized Australian citizen of Korean descent was charged with "brokering sales and discussing the supply of weapons of mass destruction," the AFP said in a press release.

At a press conference earlier in the day, AFP Assistant Commissioner Neil Gaughan said that the 59-year-old man had attempted to "conduct illicit trade deals on behalf of North Korea," and reported that had the trade deals been concluded, the revenue would have reached "tens of millions of dollars." "This is black market 101," he added.

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He is due to appear in court later on Sunday, national broadcaster ABC said.

The maximum sentence for his violations of Australian and UN sanctions is 10 years in prison.

The White House and Tillerson had differing accounts of which country was being helpful on North Korea.

Meanwhile North Korea's UN ambassador has insisted its nuclear ambitions were in self-defense against the US.

() The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has delivered a personal letter to South Korea's president, inviting him to a summit in Pyongyang.