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October 7, 1996 | SERGE F. KOVALESKI, THE WASHINGTON POST
U.S. officials have been told that North Korea filed formal charges Sunday against an American whom the Communist country says it arrested more than six weeks ago for allegedly spying on behalf of its neighboring nemesis, South Korea. North Korea's Korean Central News Agency announced over the weekend that Evan Carl Hunzike was taken into custody by North Korean security agents Aug. 24 after he illegally entered the country.
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October 7, 1996 | SERGE F. KOVALESKI, THE WASHINGTON POST
U.S. officials have been told that North Korea filed formal charges Sunday against an American whom the Communist country says it arrested more than six weeks ago for allegedly spying on behalf of its neighboring nemesis, South Korea. North Korea's Korean Central News Agency announced over the weekend that Evan Carl Hunzike was taken into custody by North Korean security agents Aug. 24 after he illegally entered the country.
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March 20, 1999 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of the world's more unusual war games, the South Korean military conducted exercises Friday aimed at repelling any North Koreans who might sail over the demilitarized zone undetected in hang gliders or hot air balloons. The training exercises, the first of their kind in South Korea, were conducted in Kumchon county, between Seoul and the demilitarized zone, using civilian gliding enthusiasts posing as North Korean infiltrators, a statement from the Ministry of Defense said.
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