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VISA and Mastercard Decide to Track Gun and Ammo Purchases: Use Cash!

Rumble 11 Sep 2022
Go to the ATM and withdraw cash and then go get your new friend. Support via donation.. Patreon.. Subscribestar.. My books.. Blogger.. Wordpress. ... Substack.. Youtube. ... #Guns #VISA ... North Korea Officiates Its Nuclear Status, Declares Willingness to Use Nukes Preemptively ... .
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FILE - In this Oct. 21, 2014 file photo, passengers wait for their luggage upon arrival from Beijing at the Sunan International Airport in Pyongyang, North Korea. Without banning it outright, the U.S. State Department has long warned against travel to North Korea.
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North Korea may send workers to Russian-occupied east Ukraine

Khaleejtimes 01 Sep 2022
North Korea could easily mobilise possibly several hundreds (or even thousands) of workers ... EU split over Russia visa ban, weighs Ukraine army training UN inspectors near Ukrainian nuclear plant on mission to avert an accident Pope Francis asks North Korea to invite him to visit.
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Lockdowns in China, and North Korea, deal double blow to bridge city

Indian Express 31 Aug 2022
Before the pandemic, Shenyang was a rare bridge between North Korea and the outside world.Advertisement ... Multiple flights each week connected Shenyang to Pyongyang, North Korea, or travelers could take a one-hour high-speed train to the Chinese border city of Dandong, then enter North Korea by bridge.
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These are the new entry requirements for foreigners to Costa Rica

The Cleveland American 16 Aug 2022
Migration guidance issued this Saturday maintains a 90-day validity period for visas issued to citizens of Nicaragua and Colombia ... This exception is reserved for those who have a visa or other legal stay in those North American countries ... Here are citizens of some countries like North Korea, Myanmar, Palestine, Syria, Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq.
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Japan passport is the most powerful but UAE emerges as pandemic winner

The Times of India 20 Jul 2022
, Singapore and South Korea have the most powerful passports in the world, according to the latest rankings released by Henley Index ... Singapore and South Korea, which are at number 2 and 3 slots respectively provide access to 192 countries ... North Korea (40 destinations).
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North Korea will send workers to rebuild occupied Ukraine

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 Jul 2022
North Korea is to deploy labourers to ... They were all supposed to have been repatriated by the end of 2019 under UN sanctions against North Korea but Russia has continued to issue work visas.
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Athlete barred from flight to US due to ‘wrong’ birthplace

Russia Today 25 Jun 2022
US immigration policy prohibits anyone who has been to Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia, or Yemen after March 1, 2011 from receiving an Esta visa, which would seem to leave al Jumaili in the clear. However, the CBP website warns that “nationals of [Visa ...
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North Korea has done more than any other nation to undermine nonproliferation regime: State Dept.

Korea Times 03 Jun 2022
"North Korea has been far from a responsible actor when it comes to matters of nonproliferation," Price said when asked to comment on North Korea's leadership at the Geneva-based conference in a daily press briefing. "In fact, North Korea has been profoundly destabilizing visa vie the global nonproliferation norm," he added.
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Philip Barker: When IOC Sessions and politics mix

Inside The Games 03 Jun 2022
Both sides "played politics" but in Moscow, the IOC agreed that "the Olympic Committee of North Korea is to be placed provisionally on the official list.". They also resolved to contact the South Koreans asking them for "a unified team representing North and South Korea," and set a deadline of September 1 for an answer. .
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AP News Summary at 10:35 p.m. EDT

Corsicana Daily Sun 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.
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AP News Summary at 10:57 p.m. EDT

Killeen Daily Herald 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.
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AP News Summary at 11:04 p.m. EDT

Bowling Green Daily News 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.
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AP News Summary at 11:26 p.m. EDT

Killeen Daily Herald 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.
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AP News Summary at 10:14 p.m. EDT

Bowling Green Daily News 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.
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AP News Summary at 10:25 p.m. EDT

Corsicana Daily Sun 17 May 2022
North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis ... That raises North Korea's deaths to 56 after more than 1.48 million people became ill with fever since late April. North Korea's outbreak is almost certainly bigger than the tally since it has limited testing capacity.

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