North Korea Train Wreck

A train wreck in North Korea has killed or injuried an estimated 3,000 people. Command Post has details and will be updating as details emerge.

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James Joyner
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Comments

  1. ron says:

    This could be used as a stalinesque cover for kim to conduct a purge as well as to heighten tensions with the america.

  2. Michelle says:

    i am a student at Bledsoe county high In Pikeville, Tennessee. i would like to say that the explosin in North Korea was awful and that it was like they said a terible thing to happen. in an article on cnn it said that 100 hepl died and that alot of homes were distroyed and damaged. i will pray for there country and that God will help all of the people like the redcroos that are helping them.

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  4. hellgod says:

    i’m glad the gooks are dead