These are the blacklisted vessels on Trump's new sanction list

The US has published a list of 28 ships with ties to North Korea, which US-based parties are now banned from engaging in business with. The blacklisting is aimed at curbing illegal trade with the country. Find the list of ships here.

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Shipping was in the spotlight again when US President, Donald Trump, tightened his sanctions on North Korea Friday.

According to the US, there is widespread trade with North Korea taking place in violation of UN sanctions, including trading of coal and oil, being transported to and from the country by sea.

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