South Korea military says artillery fired heard in North

SEOUL Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:40am EST

SEOUL Nov 26 (Reuters) - South Korea's military said sounds of distant artillery fire were heard on Friday from within North Korea, but no shells landed in South Korean territory.

A Reuters witness on Yeonpyeong island heard what he said sounded like artillery fire. (Reporting by Kim Do-gyun; Writing by Jack Kim; Editing by Nick Macfie)

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Smith360 wrote:
Probably American or South Korean special forces blowing up something after infiltrating into North Korea.

America has two converted Trident Submarines in the same Yellow Sea area that carry some 50 Special Op forces each to sneak in and drop them off to sabotage and commit various covert operations.

Nov 26, 2010 2:44am EST  --  Report as abuse
rex007 wrote:
All the autocratic governments of the world, no matter how big and powerful they be, are built up on the blood and marrow of millions of innocents. At any cost, these evil structures should be pulverised. It is the duty of U.N to help the people of these nations(china,n.korea,venezuela etc.)establishing a democratic government. In 21st century, we should never allow any tyrant to slaughter freedom and peace at the cost of development.

Nov 26, 2010 3:13am EST  --  Report as abuse
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