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North Korea has denied sinking a South Korean warship near their disputed maritime border last month.
"As South Korea can't identify the cause of the accident, they are using the media to attribute it to us," said a statement carried by state media.
It is the first official comment by Pyongyang on the incident, in which more than 40 sailors were killed
Originally posted by grantbeed
I think so too. It's almost like some other Nation are trying to stoke up the fire and push one of the Foes into a hasty military decision
There has been growing speculation in the South that the ship had been hit by a North Korean torpedo, killing 46 sailors and raising fears it could trigger conflict on the divided peninsula.
Investigators from several countries, including the United States, are trying to determine what caused the 1,200-tonne Cheonan to split in half and plunge some 45 metres.
Originally posted by mishigas
Now Little Kim has panic from his drunken move, and is denying his involvement because he is afraid of payback after he sobered up.
Originally posted by Nomad451
Hey all you guys!!
Maybe it was just a left over mine?