30 Dec '11, 4am

North Korea vows unspecified retaliation against South Korea for 'insulting response' to Kim Jong Il's death

In this Dec 27, 2011 photo North Koreans gather in front of a huge portrait of their late leader Kim Jong Il to mourn his death in Pyongyang. North Korea on Friday vowed unspecified retaliation against the South for its perceived insulting response to Kim's death. -- PHOTO: AP SEOUL (AFP) - North Korea on Friday vowed unspecified retaliation against South Korea for its perceived insulting response to the death of late leader Kim Jong Il. The threat came in a statement on the official news agency, also read on state television. 'We will make the Lee Myung Bak traitor group pay till the end for the eternally unforgivable sins they committed on the occasion of the state funeral,' it said. The TV highlighted the comment in a sub-title under the announcer, which was repeated for about 10 minutes.

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