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Tensions between North and South Korea rising

South Korea conducted a 94-minute artillery drill on Yeonpyeong Island, but North Korea said it would not retaliate despite its earlier threats of war.

 
 

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Residents gather in an air raid bunker Monday on Yeonpyeong Island. South Korea held live-fire drills in the disputed area Monday despite threats of war from North Korea, but Pyongyang said it would not retaliate.


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