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North, South Korea Still at Odds Over Cheonan Sinking

North and South Korea have again exchanged words over the sinking of a South Korean ship in 2010. The two sides have been at odds over the cause of the sinking of the corvette Cheonan. A South Korean-led international team blamed the North for launching a torpedo attack on the ship, but Pyongyang denied the accusation. On Tuesday, North Korea’s National Defense Commission repeated its position that it had nothing to do with the sinking and demanded that South Korea lift sanctions...

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