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North Korea accuses the United States of causing the Internet outages reported
Directed North Korea, Saturday, charged to US President Barack Obama and his government, causing frequent interruptions of Internet service during the past few days, considering the US response to the recent break downloaded responsibility for Sony’s servers.
The Internet service in North Korea has faced unrest hampered work normally since last Tuesday, where he saw a hiatus for almost nine hours, and repeated that the unrest over the past few days where he also hit a third-generation network in the country during the last few hours.
A spokesman said about the National Defense Commission of North Korea, which is headed by the country’s leader Kim Jong-un, to suffer the consequences of his country did not use it, where accusations of US President for his country’s refusal she supported the attack on Sony.
The spokesman said in a statement carried by the North Korean news agency of government, “Obama is responsible for the Sony decision taken late in the comedy displays a s interview, he (Obama) always temerity in words and deeds Kqird in the tropical forest.”
The Sony has decided to show the film “The s interview”, which revolves around an attempt to assassinate the North Korean leader, on several electronic platforms in the United States, after the rejection of the role of the grand exhibition show the film for fear of threats by hackers retaliated against those involved in the Showing the film.
And sat controversial at the top of the list of most popular videos movie a number of electronic platforms that show where, most notably YouTube, and in spite of his savings paid, where you can rent for $ 5.99 or purchased at a price of $ 14.99.
It is noteworthy that US President Barack Obama had promised a strong response to North Korea, without specifying the type of response, in his remarks within a few days ago, in which Asian country officially blamed the big breakthrough that caused the loss of tens of millions of Sony Corporation.Viewing:-215
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