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Ёнпхендо ньюс...

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The wreckage of shells fired by North Korea found on Yeonpyeong island is paced on the desk during a meeting of ruling Grand National Party lawmakers in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. South Korean President Lee Myung-bak vowed Thursday to boost security around islands near the site of a North Korean artillery attack while the North warned of more retaliation if the South carries out any "reckless military provocations".




The wreckage of a shell fired by North Korea is displayed next to South Korean Marine's self-propelled artillery on Yeonpyeong island, South Korea, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. South Korean President Lee Myung-bak vowed Thursday to boost security around islands near the site of a North Korean artillery attack while the North warned of more retaliation if the South carries out any "reckless military provocations."


A South Korean Marine officer points at a wall of a military facility hit by North Korean artillery shells on Yeonpyeong island November 25, 2010.


The wreckage of shells fired by North Korea lie among ruins of destroyed houses on Yeonpyeong island, South Korea, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010.
SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA CONFLICT

A handout photo made available by the National Defence on 25 November 2010 shows South Korea's K-9 self-propelled artillery on the Yeonpyeong Island. South Korea says it has returned fire after North Korea fired dozens of artillery shells at one of its border islands, killing two South Korean marines, and injuring other soldiers and killing two civilians. The South's military was placed on its highest non-wartime alert after the shells landed on Yeonpyeong island.
SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA CONFLICT

South Korean marines wait at a passenger terminal in the western port city of Incheon, South Korea, on 25 November 2010 to leave for Baengnyeong Island in the Yellow Sea. Ferries linking Incheon and nearby islands resumed their service earlier in the day. Service had been halted for two days following North Korea's artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island, about 80 kilometers northwest of Incheon, that killed two South Korean marines and two civilians.
SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA CONFLICT

A group of South Korean soldiers pays silent tribute to the victims of North Korea's artillery attack at a military hospital in Seongnam, south of Seoul, South Korea, on 25 November 2010. Two marines and two civilians were killed in North Korea's artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island on 23 November 2010.
SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA CONFLICT

Gen. Walter Sharp, commander of the United States Forces Korea, places a flower at the altar for two South Korean marines -- S. Sgt. Seo Jeong-woo, 22, and L. Cpl. Mun Gwang-wook, 20 -- who were killed by the North Korean artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island on Nov. 23 at a military hospital in Seongnam, south of Seoul, South Korea, on 25 November 2010.
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