Dissident Group Trying To Overthrow Kim Raided North Korean Embassy In Spain
Friday, 15 March 2019 () A new report from The Washington Post on Friday said the raid carried out at North Korea's Embassy in Madrid, including masked assailants who stole computers and mobile phones were part of an operation to overthrow North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Just days before Kim was scheduled to meet with United States President Donald Trump in Vietnam, the incident threatened to derail the nuclear-focused summit after the group known as Cheollima Civil Defense, a secret dissident organization, according to people familiar with the planning and execution of the raid. The anonymous sources told The Post the groups' role was previously unreported while government officials from North Korea, the U.S., and...
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