The United Nations has imposed a fresh round of sanctions on North Korea after its sixth and largest nuclear test, according to the BBC.
The measures restrict oil imports and ban textile exports - an attempt to starve the North of fuel and income for its weapons programmes.
The US had originally proposed harsher sanctions including a total ban on oil imports.
The vote was only passed unanimously after Pyongyang allies Russia and China agreed to the reduced measures.
The sanctions, which were passed at a UN Security Council meeting on Monday, were met with anger by North Korea.
A statement on state news agency KNCA warned that if the US did eventually push through harsher sanctions, North Korea would "absolutely make sure that the US pays due price".
A proposed asset freeze and a travel ban on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un were dropped. A total ban on overseas workers was also reduced.
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