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The South Korean defence minister today resigned amid scathing criticism of the military response to the North Korean artillery bombardment in which two soldiers and two civilians were killed.
Even politicians from the ruling party had demanded the departure of Kim Tae-young and other officials, angered by what they saw as a slow and ineffective response to the shelling of Yeonpyeong island on Tuesday.