Balloon launches breach North Korea's bubble


LOOK! Up in the sky. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a bid to circumvent North Korea’s state censorship. Thousands of helium balloons will soon be released from South Korea with information about the uprisings that toppled the Tunisian and Egyptian governments. After North Korea attacked Yeonpyeong Island in November 2010, the South Korean government and private activists floated more than 3 million leaflets in helium balloons across the border. Each balloon contained thousands of leaflets describing the news and scattered its cargo upon bursting. Starting this month,
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