North Korea JFK 'Mugging' Actually a Homeland Security 'Bust'
Monday, 19 June 2017 North Korea’s JFK “mugging” claim – that its delegation was roughed up there by U.S. agents who grabbed a legal "diplomatic package" – has been countered by the Department of Homeland Security saying three North Koreans were confronted at the airport but they had no diplomatic status.
North Korea says delegates it sent to a United Nations' conference in New York were "literally mugged" by US authorities as they tried to leave John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday.
In a report published Sunday, Pyongyang's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) accused US Department...
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