JOHANNESBURG – Namibia has told two North Korean companies that their services are no longer needed in the southern Africa country while U.N. sanctions against Pyongyang remain in place.
Namibia has terminated the services of the Korea Mining Development Trading Corporation, or KOMID, and Mansudae Overseas Projects, North Korea's rival South Korea said Friday.
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