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12-21-2010 08:55 BJT Special Report:Tension soars on Korean peninsula |

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South Korea has ended its live fire drills in the Yellow Sea. The move comes after the DPRK shelled South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island almost a month ago. The 90 minute drills involved several types of weapons, including K-9 self-propelled guns. Full Story>>

For more on the situation on the Korean Peninsula, earlier we spoke to our correspondent in Seoul, U-Jean Jung. She told us the reaction of South Korean politicians to the tensions on the Peninsula.

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