The report is in, and the evidence points overwhelmingly to an attack by a North Korean torpedo as the cause of the massive explosion that sunk the South Korean vessel Cheonan on 26 March. The loss of 46 sailors when the ship sank in South Korean waters in the West (or Yellow) Sea caused much distress in South Korea, and immediately there were claims that Pyongyang was behind the attack. The government urged caution, reserving judgment until the remaining 58 crew members could be interviewed, the vessel had been raised, and the exact cause of the explosion that tore it apart had been established.This took time, especially as the government brought in foreign experts to take part in the investigation.… Seguir leyendo »
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