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S. Korean Intelligence Official Defends Agency in Suicide Note

Authorities in South Korea say an intelligence official who apparently committed suicide left behind a note denying the government spied on its citizens. The National Intelligence Service agent, identified by Yonhap news agency as a man in his mid-40s named Lim, was found dead in his car on a mountain road in the city of Yongin, located south of Seoul. Police released a handwritten note found in the car in which the agent insisted that the NIS never used a computer program designed to...

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