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Tensions between South Korea and North Korea over torpedo attack on warship

South Korea says North Korea is responsible for the torpedo attack that killed 46 sailors aboard the Cheonan in March.

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Tensions between South Korea and North Korea over torpedo attack on warship
Photos | South Korea says North Korea is responsible for the torpedo attack that killed 46 sailors aboard the Cheonan in March.
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