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US sanctions N Korean missile experts, Russia offers to mediate

WASHINGTON/MOSCOW: The United States announced sanctions on two North Korean officials behind their country’s ballistic missile program on Tuesday, while Russia reiterated an offer to mediate to ease tensions between Washington and Pyongyang.
The new US steps were the latest in a campaign aimed at forcing North Korea – which has defied years of multilateral and bilateral sanctions – to abandon a weapons program aimed at developing nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States.

The US Treasury named the officials as Kim Jong Sik and Ri Pyong Chol. It said Kim was reportedly a key figure in North Korea’s efforts to switch its missile program from liquid to solid fuel, while Ri was reported to be a key official in its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) development.

“Treasury is targeting leaders of North Korea’s ballistic missile programs, as part of our maximum pressure campaign to isolate (North Korea) and achieve a fully denuclearized Korean Peninsula,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement.

The largely symbolic steps block any property or interests the two might have within US jurisdiction and prohibit any dealings by US citizens with them.

The move followed new United Nations sanctions announced last Friday in response to North Korea’s Nov. 29 test of an ICBM that Pyongyang said put all of the US mainland within range of its nuclear weapons. Those sanctions sought to further limit North Korea’s access to refined petroleum products and crude oil and its earnings from workers abroad.

North Korea declared the UN steps to be an act of war and tantamount to a complete economic blockade.

The standoff between the United States and North Korea has raised fears of a new conflict on the Korean peninsula, which has remained in a technical state of war since the 1950-53 Korean War ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty.

Washington has said that all options, including military ones, are on the table in dealing with North Korea. It says it prefers a diplomatic solution, but that North Korea has given no indication it is willing to discuss denuclearization.

KREMLIN OFFER

On Tuesday, the Kremlin, which has long called for the two sides to hold negotiations, said it was ready to act as a mediator if the United States and North Korea were willing for it to play such a role.

“Russia’s readiness to clear the way for de-escalation is obvious,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

Asked to comment on the offer, a spokesman for the US State Department, Justin Higgins, said the United States “has the ability to communicate with North Korea through a variety of diplomatic channels,” and added:

“We want the North Korean regime to understand that there is a different path that it can choose, however it is up to North Korea to change course and return to credible negotiations.”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who made a similar offer on Monday, told US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a phone call on Tuesday that “Washington’s aggressive rhetoric” and beefing up of its military presence in the region had heightened tensions and was unacceptable, Russia’s foreign ministry said.

It said Lavrov underscored the need for “the fastest move to the negotiating process from the language of sanctions.”

Another State Department spokesman, Michael Cavey, said Washington remained open to talks, but the onus was on North Korea “to take sincere and meaningful actions toward denuclearization and refrain from further provocations.”

He said North Korea had “made clear through its words and actions it is not interested in dialogue at this stage.”

South Korea’s Unification Ministry forecast on Tuesday that North Korea would look to open negotiations with the United States next year while continuing to seek recognition as a de facto nuclear power.

Washington has stressed the need for all countries, especially Russia, and China – North Korea’s main trading partner – to fully implement sanctions, including by cutting off oil supplies.

According to Chinese customs data, China exported no oil products to North Korea in November, apparently going above and beyond U.N. sanctions imposed earlier this year.

Beijing also imported no North Korean iron ore, coal or lead in November, the second full month of those trade sanctions, the data showed.

Beijing has not disclosed its crude exports to North Korea for several years, but industry sources say it still supplies about 520,000 tonnes, or 3.8 million barrels, a year to the country via an aging pipeline.

North Korea also sources some of its oil from Russia.

Trade between North Korea and China has slowed through the year, particularly after China banned coal purchases in February.

Chinese exports of corn to North Korea in November also slumped, down 82 percent from a year earlier to 100 tonnes, the lowest since January. Exports of rice plunged 64 percent to 672 tonnes, the lowest since March.

China has expressed concern about the humanitarian effects of sanctions, and has repeatedly called for constructive efforts to ease tensions.

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China, Pak to look at including Afghanistan in CPEC

BEIJING: China and Pakistan will look at extending their $57 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said on Tuesday, part of China’s ambitious Belt and Road plan linking China with Asia, Europe and beyond.
China has tried to position itself as a helpful party to promote talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan, both uneasy neighbours ever since Pakistan’s independence in 1947.

Their ties have been poisoned in recent years by Afghan accusations that Pakistan is supporting Taliban insurgents fighting the US-backed Kabul in order to limit the influence of its old rival, India, in Afghanistan.

Pakistan denies that and says it wants to see a peaceful, stable Afghanistan.

Speaking after the first trilateral meeting between the foreign ministers of China, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Wang said China hoped the economic corridor could benefit the whole region and act as an impetus for development.

Afghanistan has urgent need to develop and improve people’s lives and hopes it can join inter-connectivity initiatives, Wang told reporters, as he announced that Pakistan and Afghanistan had agreed to mend their strained relations.

“So China and Pakistan are willing to look at with Afghanistan, on the basis of win-win, mutually beneficial principles, using an appropriate means to extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan,” he added.

How that could happen needs the three countries to reach a gradual consensus, tackling easier, smaller projects first, Wang said, without giving details.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said his country and China were “iron brothers”, but did not directly mention the prospect of Afghanistan joining the corridor.

“The successful implementation of CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor) projects will serve as a model for enhancing connectivity and cooperation through similar projects with neighbouring countries, including Afghanistan, Iran and with central and west Asia,” he said.

India has looked askance at the project as parts of it run through Pakistan-administered Kashmir that India considers its own territory, though Wang said the plan had nothing to do with territorial disputes.

China has sought to bring Kabul and Islamabad together partly due to Chinese fears about the spread of Islamist militancy from Pakistan and Afghanistan to the unrest-prone far western Chinese region of Xinjiang.

As such, China has pushed for Pakistan and Afghanistan to improve their own ties so they can better tackle the violence in their respective countries, and has also tried to broker peace talks with Afghan Taliban militants, to limited effect.

A tentative talks process collapsed in 2015.

Wang said China fully supported peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban and would continue to provide “necessary facilitation”.

The Belt and Road infrastructure drive aims to build a modern-day “Silk Road” connecting China to economies in Southeast and Central Asia by land and the Middle East and Europe by sea.

China, Pak to look at including Afghanistan in CPEC

BEIJING: China and Pakistan will look at extending their $57 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said on Tuesday, part of China’s ambitious Belt and Road plan linking China with Asia, Europe and beyond.
China has tried to position itself as a helpful party to promote talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan, both uneasy neighbours ever since Pakistan’s independence in 1947.

Their ties have been poisoned in recent years by Afghan accusations that Pakistan is supporting Taliban insurgents fighting the US-backed Kabul in order to limit the influence of its old rival, India, in Afghanistan.

Pakistan denies that and says it wants to see a peaceful, stable Afghanistan.

Speaking after the first trilateral meeting between the foreign ministers of China, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Wang said China hoped the economic corridor could benefit the whole region and act as an impetus for development.

Afghanistan has urgent need to develop and improve people’s lives and hopes it can join inter-connectivity initiatives, Wang told reporters, as he announced that Pakistan and Afghanistan had agreed to mend their strained relations.

“So China and Pakistan are willing to look at with Afghanistan, on the basis of win-win, mutually beneficial principles, using an appropriate means to extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan,” he added.

How that could happen needs the three countries to reach a gradual consensus, tackling easier, smaller projects first, Wang said, without giving details.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said his country and China were “iron brothers”, but did not directly mention the prospect of Afghanistan joining the corridor.

“The successful implementation of CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor) projects will serve as a model for enhancing connectivity and cooperation through similar projects with neighbouring countries, including Afghanistan, Iran and with central and west Asia,” he said.

India has looked askance at the project as parts of it run through Pakistan-administered Kashmir that India considers its own territory, though Wang said the plan had nothing to do with territorial disputes.

China has sought to bring Kabul and Islamabad together partly due to Chinese fears about the spread of Islamist militancy from Pakistan and Afghanistan to the unrest-prone far western Chinese region of Xinjiang.

As such, China has pushed for Pakistan and Afghanistan to improve their own ties so they can better tackle the violence in their respective countries, and has also tried to broker peace talks with Afghan Taliban militants, to limited effect.

A tentative talks process collapsed in 2015.

Wang said China fully supported peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban and would continue to provide “necessary facilitation”.

The Belt and Road infrastructure drive aims to build a modern-day “Silk Road” connecting China to economies in Southeast and Central Asia by land and the Middle East and Europe by sea.

North Korea UN ambassador demands US prove ransomware claim

Wannacry ransomware attack: North Korea UN ambassador demands US prove ransomware claim – Times of India

AP | Dec 26, 2017, 07:28 IST

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TOKYO: A North Korean ambassador to the United Nations says the US claim that Pyongyang was behind the Wannacry ransomware attack earlier this year is a baseless provocation and demanded Washington back up its accusations with evidence.

The North’s UN ambassador in charge of US-related issues says North Korea believes Washington is using the allegation to create an “extremely confrontational atmosphere.”

Pak Song Il told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from New York late Monday: “If they are so sure, show us the evidence.”

The WannaCry ransomware attack infected hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide and crippled parts of Britain’s National Health Service in May.

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North Korea UN ambassador demands US prove ransomware claim

Wannacry ransomware attack: North Korea UN ambassador demands US prove ransomware claim – Times of India

AP | Dec 26, 2017, 07:28 IST

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TOKYO: A North Korean ambassador to the United Nations says the US claim that Pyongyang was behind the Wannacry ransomware attack earlier this year is a baseless provocation and demanded Washington back up its accusations with evidence.

The North’s UN ambassador in charge of US-related issues says North Korea believes Washington is using the allegation to create an “extremely confrontational atmosphere.”

Pak Song Il told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from New York late Monday: “If they are so sure, show us the evidence.”

The WannaCry ransomware attack infected hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide and crippled parts of Britain’s National Health Service in May.

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Over half of McD’s outlets close down in North & East India

NEW DELHI: With the closure of 84 outlets on Monday, over half of McDonald’s restaurants in North and East India have now downed shutters, which may put pressure on franchise partner Vikram Bakshi to sell out to the global burger giant.
Connaught Plaza Restaurants (CPRL), a 50:50 joint venture between Bakshi and McDonald’s, ran around 160 outlets. But a fallout between the company and McDonald’s supply chain partner Radhakrishna Foodland, due to alleged non-payment of dues by CPRL, has hit supplies hard.

“We are now having to airlift supplies and more outlets are likely to get affected over the next few days,” Bakshi told TOI. “Radhakrishna Foodland has abruptly ended their services and the timing is a suspect because this is the peak season.”

CPRL was in constant dialogue with the promoters of Radhakrishna Foodland, Bakshi said, and the due of Rs 2 crore was not part of the regular monthly payments that were being made to the company. “They are holding back around Rs 10 crore of my stocks,” he said. “I was ready to pay Rs 50 lakh up front to resume dialogue.”

However, Raju Shete, promoter of Radhakrishna Foodland, told TOI that the discontinuation of his company’s services to CPRL was not abrupt. “We had written three letters to CPRL and followed it up with several meetings with Mr Bakshi, as even our regular payments were not being made and CPRL’s dues were ballooning,” he said. “I am not ready to fund the collateral damage between two battling partners with my own money.”

According to Shete, Bakshi had asked the logistics firm to pick up supplies from companies that were not approved by McDonald’s and as an official partner of the US burger chain, the company is not allowed to do it. “We declined to do it,” Shete said. With regards to the outstanding dues from CPRL, Shete said the Bakshi-led company’s volumes had fallen by half, when it closed down several stores earlier this year. As per the legal understanding with McDonald’s, if volumes go down, the cost to the logistics partner goes up. “As for the stocks that are lying with us, most of it has passed the expiry date because CPRL was not picking them up due to poor sales,” he said.

McDonald’s had terminated its franchise agreement with CPRL in August due to a longdrawn legal battle with Bakshi, which began in 2008, when the fast-food giant wanted to buy out his stake in the company. It had offered $5-7 million for Bakshi’s stake, while Bakshi quoted $100 million after Grant Thornton valued CPRL at $331million.

Julian Assange’s Twitter account goes offline, then back

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange‘s Twitter account mysteriously disappeared and reappeared on Monday.
The account reappeared without loss in number of tweets posted but having lost a considerable number of followers. As of 10.45pm IST the restored account was yet to post an explanation of the disappearance, but it posted a tweet soliciting donations, and even retweeted the official WikiLeaks account, @wikileaks.

The account @JulianAssange disappeared late on Christmas eve and fuelled speculation among the followers of the American whistleblower in exile. It was clear that this wasn’t a case of suspension as suspended accounts usually carry a message saying “account suspended.”

Here, going to Assange’s account yielded a page with the message “Sorry, this page does not exist.” Assange had over 6 lakh followers before he disappeared. It resurfaced at around 08.30pm IST and had regained over a lakh of those followers within a few hours starting from scratch.

The account page says it joined in October 2011, but a February tweet from @Wiki-Leaks points out that he only started posting this February: “Our publisher @JulianAssange has activated his personal account and made his first tweet today. See @JulianAssange,” says that tweet.

The account does not bear a blue verification mark, something Assange had been asking the higher echelons of Twitter for since this March. It bears, instead a blue diamond shaped emoji to stand in for the verification badge.

He now follows 25 accounts as opposed one pre-disappearance. The official account of the US Navy posted a tweet that just said “Julian Assange” late on Christmas night. The account, @USNavy, later explained that the tweet was posted inadvertently.

Still mum on the founder’s disappearance, @wikileaks posted on a tweet Christmas night tagging him: “Despite some oddities from the US Navy and Twitter today and increased physical surveillance @JulianAssange’s physical situation at the embassy remains unaltered — confined without charge in violation of two UN rulings requiring the UK to set him free.”

4 dead after bus crashes into Moscow underpass

Moscow: At least four dead after bus crashes into Moscow underpass – Times of India

AP | Dec 25, 2017, 19:06 IST

Rescuers work at the scene of a bus crash in Moscow, Russia. (AP Photo)Rescuers work at the scene of a bus crash in Moscow, Russia. (AP Photo)
MOSCOW: Russian authorities say a bus careened off a road and onto steps leading into an underground passageway in Moscow, killing at least four people and leaving 13 others injured.

Moscow police said passengers and pedestrians were among those killed in Monday’s crash. Police immediately ruled out a possibility of it being an attack, saying that they suspect a mechanical fault or that the driver lost control of the vehicle. Police were questioning the driver.

Photos taken at the scene show the bus on the steps leading into the underground passageway.

Russian news agencies reporting from the scene quoted Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin as saying that he has ordered all city buses to be checked in the aftermath of the crash.

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