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[Korea News Photo] Protesting NK Missile Launch
South Korean protesters gathered quickly after North Korea's launch Sunday
Todd Thacker (todd)     Print Article 
Published 2009-04-06 11:08 (KST)   
©2009 OhmyNews Kwon W.S.


On the morning of April 5, right after the North Korean launch of a missile that traveled over Japan and into the Pacific Ocean, South Korean protesters gathered in central Seoul carrying signs and shouting slogans.

The protesters want the Kim Jung-il regime to face increased sanctions based on its "provocative" launch of a long-range missile which many fear could be used to carry weapons to attack Japan or South Korea, as well as western areas of the United States.

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