North Korean state news agency KCNA reports that the country's authorities are considering ways to hand over the body of the slain official to the South if it is found.
Suppliers of certain equipment to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation will now have to apply for individual export licenses, according to a letter from the Commerce Department.
The move came after North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un issued a rare personal apology for the killing.
The Games were originally scheduled for this summer, but were put off for a year in March by the International Olympic Committee and the Japanese government due to Covid-19 fears.
Based on satellite imagery, Australian Strategic Policy Institute reports that around 16,000 mosques have been destroyed or damaged in recent years.
South Korea has accused Pyongyang of fatally shooting one of its public servants, who was likely trying to defect, and burning his body after finding him on a floating object in North Korean waters earlier this week.
The arrest comes after China imposed a sweeping new national security law on Hong Kong in late June.
More than 380 "suspected detention facilities" identified as the number continues to grow, according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, whose two contributing researchers were banned from China after the publication of the report.
Seoul says the suspected defector was killed at sea and his body burned as a coronavirus precaution after he was interrogated in the water over several hours.
The 33-year-old striker, who will return to the Red Stars for the 2021 season, will play as a professional with Hayabusa Eleven, the team of her older brother Genki.
The goals, which includes a pledge to reach peak emissions in 2030, are the most concrete yet announced by China, which accounts for one quarter of the planet's greenhouse gas emissions blamed for fast-rising temperatures.
The programme, outlined in government documents seen by Reuters, is similar to the one in Xinjiang where mostly Muslim Uighurs are subjected to ideological education. China denies involvement of forced labour in Tibet.
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