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The 60th anniversary of the Korean war conveyed altercations within the warzone to the brink of a bloody conflict; the ROKS Anyang (PCC 755), a South Korean Patrol Combat Corvette was sunk by a submarine torpedo that converged from the North Korean waters at 5:32 A.M. this morning.
It is reported that 24 of the 44 men on board were killed with another nine missing. SK officials are outraged, and the North denies of them having knowledge of this event and has ended the treaty signed in 1953 that brought the war into its cold stage. A national security meeting has been called on and will ul
Originally posted by Maddogkull
It would be on CNN if it was real. Or some mainstream network. I am guessing it is not true.
Originally posted by Alien Mind
NK wants a war but they want SK to start it for some reason. NK must be afraid of starting it again.
North Korea today marked the 60th anniversary of the Korean war by announcing a shipping ban off its west coast, while the South urged the regime to end the "thoughtless provocations" that have raised tensions on the peninsula to their highest in years.
Analysts said the ban could be part of routine military drills or preparations for the test-launch of short-range missiles in the Yellow Sea, near the border between the two countries.
The moves came exactly six decades after North Korean troops swept across the border into South Korea, triggering three years of bloody conflict in which an estimated three million people died.