Korea: November 1, 2004


Once more, North Korean patrol boats came south of the unofficial water border off the west coast of Korea. South Korean patrol boats fired ten shells across the bows of the North Korean ships (after radio warnings were ignored). The North Korean boats turned around and went back north, without returning fire, after about an hour.




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