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South Korea might now spy on North Korea using a newly launched satellite
South Korea has just sent a satellite into space which is primarily for geographical surveys but they might also use it to possibly spy on their neighboring North Korea.
This launched satellite was a 900-kg Arirang-2 and it was sent to space from [...]

https://techwhack.co/4148/south-korea...on-north-korea/
 

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I didnt understand under what powers did he visit N. Korea and released the journalist. Is he on any official post in current govt?
 

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he is also a goodwill ambassador i guess. :D some people want him to win the nobel peace prize.
 


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apparently Il scored a few symbolic points..basically said come and negotiate directly with us no six-party stuff..America got its journos free without an "official" negotiation..so both sides got +'ve outcomes
 

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my question is. :D if some north korean people were caught in US doing suspicious acts... would usa leave them on requests made by some north korean leader. :whistle:
 

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USA might if that person is not of much importance.

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Basically it wud be well calculated risk.
 

Sushubh

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americans are well known for torturing their own citizens on the basis of 'intuition'.

you think they would free north koreans (or iraqis or pakistanis) on that country's government's insistence? :D

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