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U.S. Espionage against DPRK Assailed

KCNA

    Pyongyang, November 4 (KCNA) -- Some days ago, an unmanned reconnaissance plane Shadow 200 belonging to the U.S. forces in south Korea made a forced landing on a place 20 miles south of the area along the Military Demarcation Line (MDL) during its flight in the air above the area along the MDL. In this regard Minju Joson today says in a signed commentary:
    If the Shadow 200 had crash-landed on the area of the north no one would predict its grave consequences.
    It is a hard fact that not only premeditated and deliberate military hostile acts but accidental incidents in the area along the MDL may easily lead to a war.
    The crash-landing of the Shadow 200 requires the U.S. to discontinue its espionage and hostile acts against the area of the DPRK. If the U.S. keeps committing military provocations against the DPRK, running amuck to start a war against it, it will be held fully responsible for all the ensuing consequences, it warns



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