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Seoul Cancels Artillery Test
Wall Street Journal - 2:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president vowed to strike back at any further aggression from the North, though the military canceled a planned test-fire from Yeonpyong island, which Pyongyang attacked last week. ...
South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak (centre) warned on Monday that Seoul stands ready to ensure Pyongyang "pays a dear price" for any "additional provocations" following a barrage of artillery fired ...
South Korea to carry out fresh drills
The Guardian - 12:40pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Seoul deploys weaponry ahead of exercises that could further heighten tensions with North KoreaSouth Korean forces on the island bombarded last week by North Korea will carry out new live-fire artille ...
War Games Response To North Korea Attack
Sky News - 12:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The South Korean military has announced it is to carry out new artillery drills from the island shelled by North Korea. ...
S Korea leader 'failed' over attack
Skelmersdale Advertiser - 4:05am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president has taken the blame for failing to protect an island from a deadly North Korean artillery attack, but vowed the North would face consequences for future aggression. ...
S Korea leader 'failed' over attack
Surrey Herald - 4:05am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president has taken the blame for failing to protect an island from a deadly North Korean artillery attack, but vowed the North would face consequences for future aggression. ...
S Korea leader 'failed' over attack
Express - 3:33am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president has taken the blame for failing to protect an island from a deadly North Korean artillery attack, but vowed the North would face consequences for future aggression. ...
S Korea leader 'failed' over attack
Mirror - 3:30am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president has taken the blame for failing to protect an island from a deadly North Korean artillery attack, but vowed the North would face consequences for future aggression. ...
S Korea condemns North's 'crime'
BBC - 3:16am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak describes as an "inhumane" crime" the North's deadly shelling of a Southern island last Tuesday. ...
S Korea leader 'failed' over attack
Belfast Telegraph - 3:12am Monday 29th of November 2010
South Korea's president has taken the blame for failing to protect an island from a deadly North Korean artillery attack, but vowed the North would face consequences for future aggression. ...
Uploaded on Nov 25 2010  YEONPYEONG ISLAND, SOUTH KOREA - NOVEMBER 26: Destroyed houses are pictured following artillery exchange between North and South Korea on November 26, 2010 in Yeonpyeong Island, South Korea. South Korean Prime Minister Lee Myung-bak announced the government would increase the number of troops and heavy weapons on the disputed island of Yeonpyeong after dozens of artillery shells fired by North Korea struck the island on November 23, resulting in 4 deaths and further injuries and prompting return fire from South Korean troops. The incident comes amid tensions over North Korea's nuclear program and the announcement of North Korean leader Kim Jong II's youngest son as his successor. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

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