South Korean navy rescues North Korean ship..Huh?

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    The South Korean navy started its tour in the gulf of Aden in April and since then, it saved ships from Denmark and Panama. Nice work!

    And it rescued the North Korean merchant ship from the pirates in the 4th of May. I couldn't believe this when I first heard it. The two nations have been at war for more than 50 years yet South Korean navy valiantly stood up for the North Korean ship. This was a noble performance based on humanitarianism, not on some kind of political ideology.

    Though the North Korean government is still trying to rage war against the international society, the South Korean Navy will rescue any additional North Korean ships from the pirates.

    The South Korean navy rules!
     
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    Acutally, on a personal basis there was not a lot of hostility between East and West Germans either.
    Also, considering that the Koreans propably wish to be united, fighting a common foe would apeal to that desire.
     

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