Traces of Explosive on Sunken S. Korean Ship

May 11, 2010

According to a May 10 report from The New York Times, forensic experts investigating the wreckage of a South Korean warship that sank near the sea border with North Korea have found traces of an explosive component commonly used in torpedoes and mines, South Korea’s defense minister said. The 1,200-ton corvette, the Cheonan, sank on March 26 after a mysterious blast split the ship in half.

(Source: The New York Times)

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