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S Korean PM urges explanation from DPRK on dam discharge

South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo on Monday expressed regrets about the DPRK's unannounced discharge of water from a dam, which may have caused the disappearance of six South Koreans.

"North Korea (The Democratic People's Republic of Korea) is to blame for Sunday's accident," Han said, urging the DPRK to give explanation for the accident.

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South Korean rescue workers carry the body of a flood victim at the Imjin River near the Demilitarized Zone which separates the two Koreas in Yeoncheon, Sep.7, 2009. South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo on Monday expressed regrets about the DPRK's unannounced discharge of water from a dam, which may have caused the disappearance of six South Koreans.

"There should never be any tragedy similar to this," He added, while ordering related ministries to probe into the cause of the case and to prepare for follow-up measures.

The prime minister's remarks were made while visiting a site where six South Korean campers, including one child, went missing Sunday morning near downstream of the Imjin River, which originates in the DPRK.

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 Source : Xinhua  Editor: Ivy
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