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Saturday, April 27, 2013

North Korea to put US citizen on trial

North says imprisoned US citizen Pae Jun-Ho's case will be heard at Supreme Court but fails to give details of charges.

 North Korea will put a US citizen on trial for "committing crimes" against the country and aiming to topple the regime, the North's official news agency has said.

On Saturday, amid soaring tensions between Pyongyang and the West, the KCNA said US citizen Pae Jun-Ho had admitted to the charges and would soon face "judgment".

He has been in prison in the North since November.

"In the process of investigation he admitted that he committed crimes aimed to topple the Democratic People's Republic of Korea with hostility toward it," the report said. "His crimes were proved by evidence".

Pae was arrested in November as he entered the northeastern port city of Rason, which lies inside a special economic zone near North Korea's border with Russia and China.

Deadly anti-government violence grips Iraq

Maliki calls for calm as protests against prime minister's rule spill into fifth day with death toll passing 200 people.

  Sectarian tensions have escalated in Iraq, where the death toll from a wave of violence has passed 200, officials and reports have said.

On Saturday, the fifth day of protests, gunmen killed five army intelligence soldiers in two attacks west of Baghdad.

"Five soldiers in civilians clothes have been killed near a protest site in Ramadi," said Al Jazeera's Omar Al Saleh, reporting from Baghdad. 

"The men were stopped by gunmen protecting the protest. It's not clear how things developed and what led to the killing. Some say they were intelligence agents, others say they were soldiers on leave and were stopped," he said.

Later, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki renewed call for calm and said sectarian strife had returned to Iraq from elsewhere in the region.

In televised remarks, Maliki said: "Sectarianism is evil, and the wind of sectarianism does not need a licence to cross from a country to another, because if it begins in a place, it will move to another place.

"Strife is knocking on the doors of everyone, and no one will survive if it enters, because there is a wind behind it, and money, and plans."

Maliki last spoke on Thursday, again warning of a return to "sectarian civil war".
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