North Korea Refuses to Deny Sony Attack
North Korea has refused to deny involvement in the recent attack on Sony Pictures.
The attack came ahead of the release of a film about North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un, and Sony is investigating after its computers were hacked and films were released on the internet.
Back in June North Korea complained to the United Nations about the comedy film involving Kim Jong-Un's character. When asked about the attack, and if they were involved, a spokesman for the North Korean government simply replied "wait and see."
He added: "The hostile forces are relating everything to the DPRK (North Korea). I kindly advise you to just wait and see."
In the film, two reporters are granted an audience with Kim Jong-Un. The CIA then enlists the pair to assassinate him. North Korea has described the film as an "act of war" and an "undisguised sponsoring of terrorism". They called on the UN and the US to block it.
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