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Robert Einhorn, the State Department's special adviser for nonproliferation and arms control, right, talks with Daniel Glaser, the Treasury Department's deputy assistant secretary for terrorist financing and financial crimes, left, during a press conference at the Information Resource Center of the American Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Aug. 2, 2010. New sanctions against North Korea will target narcotics trafficking, money counterfeiting and other "illicit and deceptive" activities that provide the regime with hard currency used to build nuclear weapons, a senior U.S. envoy said Monday. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)
Photo by: Lee Jin-man
Robert Einhorn, the State Department's special adviser for nonproliferation and arms control, right, talks with Daniel Glaser, the Treasury Department's deputy assistant secretary for terrorist financing and financial crimes, left, during a press conference at the Information Resource Center of the American Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Aug. 2, 2010. New sanctions against North Korea will target narcotics trafficking, money counterfeiting and other "illicit and deceptive" activities that provide the regime with hard currency used to build nuclear weapons, a senior U.S. envoy said Monday. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)

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