South Korean Ship Sinking, North Suspected
Posted 3/26/10
Looks like the tensions may have finally erupted in violence. Drudgereport is linking to an article from Reuters (http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/SGE62P0GW.htm) that is suggests that the North torpedoed a South naval vessel.

The whole thing seems very hazy. Apparently SK called an emergency meeting of security-related ministers. I'm not sure what to think but naval ships typically don't sink for no reason.

What's more SK's news network Yonhap also is reporting a SK navy vessel firing towards an unidentified vessel. Speculation would indicate that this vessel is the same vessel that caused the sinking of the first ship? I have no idea. What does everyone else make of this? Are there any other more specific sources?

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Posted 3/26/10 , edited 3/26/10
Hopefully they'll figure out who the culprit is soon.~~ ^^
Who knows who or what caused it.
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Posted 3/26/10
.... Poor S Koreans, i guess....
Posted 3/26/10
All I know is the US better stay out of it.
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Posted 3/26/10
boo hoo....
Posted 3/26/10
Agree with LosingOrbit. it'd be best if they don't get involved at all
Hope they find the culprit very soon to avoid future acts of violence
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