North Korea shelled South Korea ship

in the Yellow Sea there was another clash between the navies of North and South Koreas.As said in Seoul reported that two patrol boats intruded into the territorial waters of the Republic, after which it was decided to open the warning ogon.V Yellow Sea there was another clash between the navies of North and South Koreas.As said in Seoul reported that two patrol boats intruded into the territorial waters of the Republic, after which it was decided to open warning fire.

Young of Korea reported that one of the ships changed course after the order by radio, and the second, to trespass in about an hour after the first, I turned around only after several shots were fired.Pyongyang has not commented on the incident.

It is worth noting that the incident occurred near Baengnyeong island, which sank in the vicinity of the end of March a South Korean corvette "Cheonan".Then killed 44 seaman, 58 managed to escape.Some of the surviving members of the crew of the corvette claimed to have seen not far from the cras

h site unknown ship after the explosion, who retired to the banks of the DPRK.

also reported that experts are investigating the cause of the tragedy in the Yellow Sea, concluded that "Cheonan" break the half heavy torpedo, released North Korean submarine.

Border clashes between North and South Korea - a fairly common phenomenon.After the signing of the armistice in 1953, the two sides regularly violate the demarcation line, because the mutually recognized border does not exist between them, both at sea and on land.All these years, the peninsula on the verge of a new war.Perhaps even nuclear.

At least, Pyongyang is the most terrible war in human history club waving active.Not so long ago the Defense Ministry of the DPRK issued a statement on "unprecedented nuclear strikes", which it threatened to do in case of attempts to overthrow the regime of Kim Jong Il.This threat was a response to Washington's plans, and Seoul to discuss possible strategies for action in the event of instability in the North.