North Korea threatens to attack U.S. human rights activists

'No matter how large or cruel the result of our attack, the responsibility will with the puppet regime'
June 28th, 2013
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SEOUL – North Korea has threatened to attack a group of U.S. human rights activists working with defectors in the South if they go ahead with a planned balloon launch at the inter-Korean border this Saturday morning.

The message, which was carried by North Korean propaganda outlet Uriminzokkiri on Thursday and only published in Korean,

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