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UN remains deadlocked on defining terrorism

When Israeli commandos killed nine mostly Turkish activists during a raid on a flotilla of ships carrying humanitarian aid to Palestinians last May, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan described the attack as a prime example of "state terrorism".


Angry S. Koreans vow ‘thousand-fold’ revenge

South Korea's Marine commander today vowed “thousand -fold” retaliation days after a North Korean attack that killed two servicemen as protesters demanded tougher action by the government against its reclusive neighbour. The two Marines were honoured with a gun salute into the sunny autumn sky as families wailed and grim-faced officials saluted the funeral cortege, days after North Korea rained shells on a tiny island in the heaviest attack on South Korea since the 1950-53 civil war.

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