The "hacktivist" group has hacked its way into a North Korean news site for the second time this month.
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North Korean Web sites minjok.com, jajusasang.com, and paekdu-hanna.com had also been compromised by Anonymous to display images mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. But minjok.com and paekdu-hanna.com are now inaccessible, while jajusasang.com appears to be back to its usual state.
In early April, Anonymous gained control of the North Korean Twitter feed. Since then, the links in many of the tweets point to the images poking fun at Kim Jong-un and condemning him for "threatening world peace with ICBMs and nuclear weapons" and "wasting money while his people starve."