Korea: January 9, 2004


South Korea tightened security for its embassies and national airlines, after its embassy in Thailand received terror threats, suspected of being mailed from Thais working illegally in South Korea. The embassy in Bangkok received a letter from a group called the ``Anti-Korean Interest Agency'' the day before, that threatened attacks on South Korean diplomatic missions and businesses in Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia and other Asian countries. - Adam Geibel




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