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Antiguo 28-Nov-2010, 20:17   #351
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ojala no pase a mayores aunque si se ve que la cosa no termina aqui, y si usa ya metio su cuchara no creo que tenga buen fin
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Antiguo 28-Nov-2010, 20:27   #352
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a disfrutar la vida pues...........

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y mientras tanto las exportaciones, combustible, etc, sube y sube y sube
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Antiguo 28-Nov-2010, 21:23   #353
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y los estados unidos que utas tienen que hacer en todo esto .. los gringos estan de mas ..

pero que webos una guerra mas .. una tonta guerra mas ...

de que utas sirven estas guerras ..
otro ignorante

a huevos que US tiene que meterse

te apuesto a que si un pais extremista se pone a amenazar a guatemala, estarias va de decir "porque no nos defiende US"
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Antiguo 28-Nov-2010, 21:30   #354
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a huevos que US tiene que meterse

te apuesto a que si un pais extremista se pone a amenazar a guatemala, estarias va de decir "porque no nos defiende US"
Comparto tu opinion, ahi si q los US, le esta haciendo huevos a korea del sur...
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Antiguo 29-Nov-2010, 01:24   #355
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Shelling by North Korea was 'inhumane crime' - Seoul

Lee Myung-bak warned that the North "will pay the price" for future provocations
Continue reading the main story Inside North Korea



South Korean President Lee Myung-bak has described as an "inhumane crime" the North's deadly shelling of a South Korean island last week.
Mr Lee said he felt deep responsibility for failing to protect residents of Yeonpyeong, where two South Korean marines and two civilians were killed.
Pyongyang says it was provoked by Seoul's military drill near the island.
Tension remains high in the area, where the US and South Korea are currently holding joint military exercises.
The aircraft carrier, the USS George Washington, and four other US navy vessels are being joined by South Korean destroyers, patrol vessels, frigates, support ships and anti-submarine aircraft.
The North has described the four-day drill in the Yellow Sea, near the disputed border between the two Koreas, as a provocation.
Firm language Tuesday's attack was one of the worst clashes between the two Koreas since the end of the Korean War in 1953.
It sparked the resignation of the South's defence minister and angry protests in the South.
Continue reading the main story North Korea: Timeline 2010

26 March: South Korean warship, Cheonan, sinks, killing 46 sailors
20 May: Panel says a North Korean torpedo sank the ship; Pyongyang denies involvement
July-September: South Korea and US hold military exercises; US places more sanctions on Pyongyang
29 September: North holds rare party congress seen as part of father-to-son succession move
29 October: Troops from North and South Korea exchange fire across the land border
12 November: North Korea shows US scientist new - undeclared - uranium enrichment facility
23 November: North shells island of Yeonpyeong, killing four South Koreans

In a seven-minute speech to the nation - his first since the attack - Mr Lee pledged that Pyongyang would "pay the price in the event of further provocations".
"Attacking civilians militarily is an inhumane crime that is strictly forbidden in a time of war. I cannot help expressing anger at the North Korean regime's brutality," the president said.
He said the South now realised the North would not on its own abandon its nuclear programme, adding that tolerance would "spawn nothing but more serious provocations".
Mr Lee did not elaborate on how Seoul might respond on any possible aggression by Pyongyang in the future.
The president used very firm language in his speech, the BBC's Chris Hogg in Seoul reports.
But Mr Lee's government has been criticised by opposition lawmakers and by some from his own party who say the military response to the shelling was too soft and too slow, our correspondent says.
Negotiating position The president's comments come a day after China called for an emergency meeting of key nations to try to defuse the tension.
China has said its "top priority" is to keep the situation under control.
Beijing proposed that members of the six nations that have been taking part in talks on North Korean nuclear disarmament should meet in December.
South Korea's response so far has been non-committal, saying that it will consult other countries.
Mr Lee made no mention of China's call for diplomacy, in what some say was a tacit dismissal of the initiative.
The two Koreas, the US, China, Japan and Russia are involved in the talks.
The six-party talks have been stalled since April 2009. South Korea and the US say they should not resume until the North has made a genuine offer on halting its nuclear programme.
Some analysts say North Korea is trying to raise tensions in order to strengthen its negotiating position and force a resumption of the talks.
It comes as the North is undergoing an apparent transition of power from Kim Jong-il to his youngest son Kim Jong-un.
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