A North Korean woman cycles with her child riding in a basket on Monday, Feb. 22, 2016, in Kaesong, North Korea. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
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Human rights group Amnesty International vowed Tuesday to push ahead with a planned "Ghost Protest" in Seoul after police threatened a crackdown on the virtual rally consisting of holograms of protesters.The group is set Wednesday night to show holograms of about 120 people chanting slogans and waving banners on a giant screen set up in central Seoul. Seoul police chief Lee Sang-Won vowed a "stern response", saying organizers had described it as a cultural event.Amnesty vowed to go ahead, describing the police warning as another sign of the erosion of freedom of assembly.
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