Scores of Chinese trucks rumbled across the Friendship Bridge into North Korea on Wednesday, part of a stream of subsidized food and fuel from China that keeps leader Kim Jong Il’s regime afloat. As the world weighs possible sanctions against the North for its claimed nuclear test, the key to enforcing them lies with Beijing and how much it is willing to squeeze its tiny ally. Full Story
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