Wed, 11 Jul 2012 11:09a.m.
The US is urging North Korea to respect intellectual property rights after an unauthorised stage performance of Disney characters at a concert for the reclusive country's new young leader.
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The latest 'Disney on Ice' show will be in the capital for the next five days before heading to Christchurch and Auckland.
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