March 26, 2012 11:14
The Seoul Metropolitan Police says it will crack down on illegal demonstrations and rallies during the two-day Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, which kicks off Monday.
The police said marching in the city streets is prohibited, and violators will be confronted by an increased number of officers. Also, the police expect rush hour traffic to be more congested than normal, because traffic is restricted in parts of Seoul during the event. They suggest Seoul residents use public transportation on Monday and Tuesday.
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