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Instead of bombs, Willink suggested the US drop i Phones.
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For this reason, North Korea's government would strongly oppose any measures that mirror Willink's suggestion.
Sun pointed out that when South Korea had previously flown balloons that dropped pamphlets and DVDs over North Korea, the Kim regime had responded militarily, sensing the frailty of its government relative to those of prosperous liberal democracies.
For this reason, North Korea would turn down even free i Phones for its entire population, thought to be about 25.2 million.
Such a measure, Sun said, would also open the West to criticism “for rewarding a illegitimately nuclear dictatorship” that “we know has committed massive human rights against its people.” North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at a celebration for nuclear scientists and engineers who contributed to a hydrogen bomb test, in an undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency.
Despite his age, the 18-year-old looked certain to break into Norwich’s first-team plans next season having trained regularly with the senior side last season.