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The burning of effigies in Seoul, South Korea, of Kim Jong-Un, his father and grandfather has angered Pyongyang. In a fax sent to South Korean National Security Council it threatened to strike without warning as a punishment for dishonoring the leader and his family. The North Koreans said that the effigy burning rallies had insulted the ‘highest dignity’ of its leadership.
Still in North Korea the BBC has aired a video on its website that sees the basketball player describing North Korea as:
‘all love, it’s all love here’
He may not think so in January. If North Korea threatens military strikes over an insult to its leader, what will they do if team Rodman insults the country’s sporting prowess by winning the match?
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