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North Korea JFK 'Mugging' Actually a Homeland Security 'Bust'

Newsmax 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.
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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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