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North Korean hackers 'stole US-South Korean war plans'

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News video: North Korean hackers steal U.S.-South Korea military plans, says lawmaker

North Korean hackers steal U.S.-South Korea military plans, says lawmaker 01:35

North Korean hackers have stolen a large amount of classified military documents, including U.S.-South Korea wartime operational plans to wipe out Pyongyang's leadership, a South Korean lawmaker says. Samantha Vadas reports.

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