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HARI SREENIVASAN: President Obama announced fresh sanctions on North Korea today, in response to its cyber-attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. The executive order names three companies, plus 10 North Korean government officials, some who work in Iran, Syria, China, Russia, and Namibia. The U.S. has had sanctions on North Korea since the 1950s, most recently for its nuclear programs. These mark the first sanct... Source: pbs.org

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