Several dozen South Korean activists launched balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang leaflets, condoms and sanitary pads across the border with North Korea on Thursday.
South Korean right-wing activists launch balloons carrying anti-North Korea leaflets near the inter-Korea border in Yeoncheon, 60 km north of Seoul, on November 8. The activists used 20 gas-filled balloons to float packages containing 150,000 leaflets, 5,000 condoms and other items. The launch went ahead despite a recent threat from Pyongyang of military retaliation.
The launch went ahead despite a recent threat from Pyongyang of military strikes against similar propaganda exercises by North Korean defectors.
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