North Korea admits seizure of South Korean boat

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August 19, 2010 12:17

 
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North Korea confirmed that it seized a South Korean fishing boat on Thursday, after Washington and Seoul announced cooperation on naval drills, AFP reported.

The 41 ton boat was captured on August 8. The North's official Korean Central News Agency claimed that the boat was in its "exclusive economic zone."


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