Dry bulk vessel Hao Fan 6 has in recent months been especially conspicuous. The 140-meter vessel is one of four ships that hit by the UN's tightened sanctions on North Korea in October, and all four ships are suspected of breaching the sanctions by carrying coal from North Korea to China.
As such, the ships were penalized by the UN by being barred from calling in any port around the world. But on Oct. 10, when the tightened sanctions came into force, Hao Fan 6 disappeared off the coast of South Korea, reports CNN.
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