North Korean leader Kim Jong-un - photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency
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North Korea calls for joint inquiry over Sony Pictures film

Sony Pictures Entertainment has said it still wants to release its film The Interview, a satire featuring an assassination plot against North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and it is considering alternative platforms.

The remarks come after President Obama said the film company made a mistake by cancelling the movie's release.

The president also said that the United States would respond to the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures.

Steven Evans reports from South Korea.

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