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N.Korea arrests defector who 'worked as S.Korea agent'

Ko Hyon-Chol (R) attends press conference after being arrested on charges of child abduction in the People's Palace of Culture in Pyongyang on July 15, 2016. North Korea paraded a defector accused of involvement in a child abduction plot it says was masterminded by South Korean agents. In a carefully stage-managed press conference in Pyongyang, Ko Hyon-Chol, 53, "confessed" to attempting to kidnap two North Korean girl orphans and take them to the South. / AFP / Kim Won-Jin

 

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