May 23, 2024
Opinion

What to make of a mysterious break-in at the North Korean embassy in Madrid

While details are thin, it appears likely that intelligence services were involved

On February 22, the North Korean embassy in Spain -- located in rather quiet part of Madrid -- suffered a break-in.

Somehow, roughly ten attackers entered the embassy, where they tied up and gagged the eight North Koreans who they found inside.

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