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N. Korean Threats Cause Worry on S. Korean Islandi
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April 08, 2013 11:47 PM
The Yellow Sea is a military flashpoint between North and South Korea. Naval skirmishes between the two nations have erupted over the years and in 2010 Pyongyang attacked one of the South’s islands there. In recent weeks, tensions have risen on the Korean Peninsula as North Korea has responded to new sanctions on its nuclear program with increasing threats. Residents of another island say they are worried about what could happen. Reporter Jason Strother has this report from Baengnyeong island.

N. Korean Threats Cause Worry on S. Korean Island

Published April 08, 2013

The Yellow Sea is a military flashpoint between North and South Korea. Naval skirmishes between the two nations have erupted over the years and in 2010 Pyongyang attacked one of the South’s islands there. In recent weeks, tensions have risen on the Korean Peninsula as North Korea has responded to new sanctions on its nuclear program with increasing threats. Residents of another island say they are worried about what could happen. Reporter Jason Strother has this report from Baengnyeong island.


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