Overwhelming evidence finds North Korean torpedo sunk South Korean warship

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An international investigation has concluded that there’s overwhelming evidence that a North Korean torpedo sunk a South Korean warship in March, killing 46 sailors. North Korea denies the charge and is threatening war if new sanctions are imposed. We hear more from the BBC’s John Sudworth on the incident and whether we should take alarming threats of “all out war” from the North seriously.

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