A shadowy group committed to ousting North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has claimed it was behind a raid last month at the North Korean embassy in Spain.
Cheollima Civil Defense, a self-styled human rights group, reportedly fled with computers, a phone and hard discs.
The break-in occurred just days before a key summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The group denied using force, saying it was “not an attack”.
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However, a Spanish high court judge said the 10 assailants shackled, beat and interrogated embassy staff in the incident on 22 February.