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NBC staffers are afraid to travel to South Korea to cover the Winter Olympics because they are worried they will get nuked by Kim Jong-un.

While the games are usually an event reporters would be clamoring to cover, the hostilities on the Korean Peninsula have been enough to dissuade journalists from wanting to make the trip, says a source.

The upcoming Pyeong Chang Olympic Games will be held 40 miles south of the demilitarized zone separating South Korea from North Korea and is less than 200 miles from Pyongyang.

The upcoming Games will be held 40 miles south of the demilitarized zone separating South Korea from North Korea and is less than 200 miles from Pyongyang - the base of dictator Kim Jong-un (pictured)A source told Page Six: 'They usually all want to sign up for the Olympics, but they're afraid to get nuked.'And if the staffers do decide to stay at home, it appears the network will be scrambling to find reporters to fill in the slots.

In June 2002, as South Korea prepared to play Turkey in the playoff for third place at the World Cup, North Korean patrol boats crossed the disputed maritime border and exchanged fire with South Korean vessels, killing six South Korean sailors.

In November 1987, just nine months before South Korea was set to host the Summer Games in Seoul, North Korean agents detonated a bomb on Korean Air Flight 858, killing all 104 passengers and 11 crew.

Seoul's Defence Ministry will deploy some 5,000 armed forces personnel at the Games, double the 2,400 on duty during the 2002 World Cup, which South Korea co-hosted with Japan.

As well as investing .6million in security for the event, a new Special Weapons and Tactics team has also been created to guard against terrorism and assassination attempts.

Depuis le 21/11/2016, date de fermeture du service, il n'est plus possible d'accéder aux Pages Perso SFR créées, ni aux interfaces de gestion et de publication de ce service.One of the agents later told investigators the order had come from North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and one of the aims had been to frighten international athletes and visitors from attending the Seoul Olympics.Other Olympics have also been affected by violence, most notably the killing of 11 Israeli athletes by Palestinian militants at the 1972 Munich Games.The Games take place next February in the mountainous resort town of Pyeongchang, just 50 miles from the heavily fortified border with North Korea.They come after a series of missile and nuclear tests show the North making rapid advances in its weapons programme and as inflammatory rhetoric between Pyongyang and Washington stirs up concerns about another conflict on the Korean peninsula.

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