Bomb Attack in South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island

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A bomb attack by North Korea military, said to be a Korean terrorism happened in Yeonpyeong Island of South Korean on Tuesday, November 23, 2010. After waves of artillery shell, South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island has been bathed in fires and chaos. Thousands of Yeonpyeong Island\'s residents, soldiers and civil servants have been engaged in recovery efforts. Until now, the bomb attack has caused the death to one soldier and 15 people injured. After North Korea\'s bomb attack, wildfires have continued to burn forests and fields on Yeonpyeong Island at the night of November 24, causing hundreds of the elderly and children to be in evacuation at air-raid shelters. Before North Korea\'s artillery shell, the South Korean military conducted a regular firing exercise once a month on Baengnyeong in August and Yeonpyeong in September. This is a great battle in South Korea which has appealed much attention from press, media and world\'s national military. Let\'s take a thorough review at the most latest news on North Korea\'s artillery shell in South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 via the following images.

 


After being attacked with artillery shells, South Korea\'s military responded to overwhelm provocative actions of North Korea enemy

After being attacked with artillery shells, South Korea\'s military responded to overwhelm provocative actions of North Korea enemy

 


Black smokes rised from South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island with more than 1,300 residents

Black smokes rose from South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island with more than 1,300 residents

 

The target zone just 3km from Yeonpyeong Island to the Yellow Sea border with North Korea\'s bombardment

 


The bomb attack occurred on Tuesday afternoon, November 23, burning down hundreds of Yeonpyeong Island\'s houses and forests

The bomb attack occurred on Tuesday afternoon, November 23, burning down hundreds of Yeonpyeong Island\'s houses and forests

 


The artillery shells caused 1 dead soldier and 15 injured people and about 70 burnt houses

The artillery shells caused 1 dead soldier and 15 injured people and about 70 burnt houses

 


Over Yeonpyeong Island\'s 1,300 residents were still staying at the island while hundreds of people were moved to Incheon right after the bomb attack

Over Yeonpyeong Island\'s 1,300 residents were still staying at the island while hundreds of people were moved to Incheon right after the bomb attack

 


The North Korea\'s bomb attack happened at the same time of South Korea\'s military to conduct a regular firing exercise

The North Korea\'s bomb attack happened at the same time of South Korea\'s military to conduct a regular firing exercise

 


The image was spotted in South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island on January 28, 2010

The image was spotted in South Korea\'s Yeonpyeong Island on January 28, 2010

 


Nearly 20 fire trucks and more than 80 firefighters were sent to Yeonpyeong Island in order to control the fire

Nearly 20 fire trucks and more than 80 firefighters were sent to Yeonpyeong Island in order to control the fire

 


National Police Agency was asked to close the inter-Korean border and deal with provocations by North Korea

National Police Agency was asked to close the inter-Korean border and deal with provocations by North Korea

 

 

Related links:

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Deadly BombAttacks in Northwest Pakistan

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