North Korea's warning on diplomats 'largely ignored'
Foreign embassies in the North Korean capital Pyongyang have played down warnings from Kim Jong-un's government over their safety.
On Friday, North Korea warned it would not be able to guarantee the safety of embassy staff in the event of a war.
But no foreign embassies have announced plans to evacuate, and the UK and Russian embassies have said they have no immediate plans to shut their embassies.
Lucy Williamson reports.
06 Apr 2013