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Sony to fire film reels into North Korea in retaliation

Sony has vowed to retaliate against the ‘unwarranted hacking’ of its computer system by North Korea by moving a battery of film reel launchers up to the 38th parallel. ‘If they think The Candidate was disrespectful, wait until we lob copies of Bad Haircut, one of Ryan Sommers Baum’s best roles,’ a spokesman said.

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Posted: Dec 19th, 2014
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North Korea ‘deeply insulted’ at not being blamed for ferry disaster

North Korea has said that it feels ‘deeply insulted’ that South Korea has not yet blamed it for the recent ferry disaster and has detailed seven different ways their forces could have done it, along with a strenuous denial that they actually did.

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Posted: Apr 23rd, 2014
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Christmas family row starts early in North Korea

Anyone for Turkey? No? Ok, how about Iran?North Korea has announced that it has once again proven the superiority of its socialist system by having its Christmas dinner family argument earlier than any other country in the world. ‘Great Successor’ Kim Jon-un has ‘decisively pre-empted’ any potential disruption or family dissent over the forthcoming festive period by having his uncle Chang Song-thaek executed.

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Posted: Dec 13th, 2013
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Tension builds between North IKEA and South IKEA over Gnomes

The new advert for IKEA garden furniture that depicts a battle between uncaring, brutal modernising garden owners and a group of defenceless, poorly armed garden gnomes has revealed a deep cultural division within the IKEA UK organisation which reflects the traditional North/South divide.

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Posted: May 30th, 2013
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North Korean missile threat timing slammed as ‘insensitive’

'but what about Thatcher?'Political leaders around the world have today unified in their condemnation of the current aggressive stance by North Korea. The timing is being censured as both tasteless and inconsiderate, when most heads of state or their senior diplomats will wish to pay their respects to one another at the Thatcher funeral on Wednesday.

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Posted: Apr 12th, 2013
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