South Korean police stopped a launch of anti-Pyongyang leaflets following a threat of violent retaliation by the North.
Activists and defectors display a banner showing a portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, in Paju, South Korea, on June 29, 2013. South Korean police stopped a launch of anti-Pyongyang leaflets following a threat of retaliation by the North.
A group of defectors from North Korea and US human rights activists had said they would use gas-filled balloons to drop 200,000 leaflets critical of Pyongyang over the tense border.
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