North Korea envoy walking a fine line


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SEVEN years ago, 46 South Korean sailors died when their warship sank after being torpedoed by North Korea, near a disputed inter-Korean border.

Despite an international investigation pointing towards Pyongyang as the perpetrator, North Korea flatly rejected the findings of the investigation into the sinking of Cheonan, denied any involvement and threatened war against the South for the accusation.

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