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Protest denounces N. Korean aggression

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - Calling on concerned citizens, the Korean Association of Guam is organizing a peaceful protest tomorrow to denounce the most recent display of North Korean aggression against South Korea - the November 23 artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island that left two people dead and thirteen injured. The United States and South Korea have rejected requests from china to engage in emergency talks North Korea over the crisis.

Korean Association of Guam legal counsel and spokesperson Mun Su Park says that Guam's strategic importance could make it a target for the north, and he's inviting all residents to attend tomorrow's protest. "This year was the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of Korean War. We still have, especially old generation Korean people, they vividly remember the tragedy of the Korean War," Park said.

That event is scheduled for 1pm tomorrow on the public grounds near the Tamuning Mayor's Office.

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