South Korean prosecutors raided the country's spy agency as part of a probe into allegations that it meddled in the presidential election in December, a news report said.
A woman walks past posters of Park Geun-Hye (L) and Moon Jae-In in the run-up to South Korean elections, on December 19, 2012. Prosecutors raided the country's spy agency as part of a probe into allegations that it meddled in the presidential vote.
A team of about 25 prosecutors and investigators from the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office seized digital files and documents from the National Intelligence Service (NIS) in the capital, Yonhap news agency said.
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