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Do Blunders Mean South Korea's Spying Apparatus Is Broken?

When it comes to spying on North Korea, rival South Korea seems to be wrong almost as much as it's right. Seoul's intelligence agents get battered in the press and by lawmakers for their gaffes, including one regarding Ri Yong Gil, the former head of North Korea's military. Officials in Seoul's National Intelligence Service, the country's main spy agency, reportedly said Ri had been executed, but at this month's ruling-party congress, he was seen not only alive but...

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