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Korean clashes and the world's response

South Korea has said it returned fire after North Korea fired around 200 artillery shells onto one of its border islands, killing two people.

The UN has said it was one of the most serious incidents for more than half a century.

The BBC's John Simpson reports on the significance of the attack and the options open to the international community.

  • 23 Nov 2010
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