North Korea Reportedly Steals South Korean Plan to Assassinate Kim Jong-un

    (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP, File)

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    North Korea accused of hacking South Korea's plans for war.

    FOX's Simon Owen reports:

    According to a South Korean newspaper, North Korean hackers stole hundreds of classified files, including South Korean plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The breach is said to have occurred last year.

    It's claimed the documents stolen include a plan for South Korean and American operations in the event of war breaking out as well as details about military facilities and power plants and information on joint military drills involving South Korea and the U.S.

    Simon Owen, FOX News.

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