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South Korea's conservative activists rallied against North Korea on Wednesday (February 13) after Pyongyang's third nuclear test a day earlier.
About 150 protesters gathered in downtown Seoul for the rally, burning North Korean national flags and photos of Kim Jong-un, young leader of the communist state.
Pyongyang said on Tuesday (February 12) that the test was an act of self-defence against "U.S. hostility" and threatened stronger steps if necessary.
North Korea's third nuclear test, in defiance of a U.N. resolution, drew condemnation from around the world, including China, its only major ally.