North Korea Trying To Provoke South

September 25th, 2012
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Friday’s incursion by North Korean fishing boats may have been an intentional provocation, warned Seoul’s Unification Minister Monday. Speaking to foreign journalists at a press event on September 24, Minister Yoo Woo-ik also said given the frequent incursions by North Korean fishing vessels across the Northern Limit Line, it was difficult for South Korea’s government

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Jennifer Chang

Jennifer Chang is a freelance broadcast and print journalist. She is now a Seoul-based correspondent with Global Radio News in London, and makes appearances as a reporter on English-language TV networks around the world. She also contributes articles to various publications such as the Christian Science Monitor's Global News Blog and Asia-Pacific Business and Technology Report, a magazine with subscribers in over 30 Asia-Pacific nations. Prior to working for GRN, she covered North and South Korea for the U.S. network, CBS Radio News.

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