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The U.N. Report on North Korea that China Doesn't Want You to See

9:52 AM, May 19, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER
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There's a U.N. report on North Korea that China doesn't want you to read. Why? Because it "accus[es] North Korea of actively exporting ballistic missiles, components and technology to customers in the Middle East," according to the AP. And, according to Global Security Newswire, China is "acting as a midshipment point for North Korean-Iranian missile commerce."

These are damning claims, to say the least. In response, China has not only denied any wrongdoing, but it is also doing what it can to prevent the document from being submitted to the U.N. Security Council and from being released to the public. 

Here's the entire report that China doesn't want you to read: 

UN Panel of Experts NORK Report May 2011

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