March 26, 2015 – “Five years on, tensions mount over South Korea’s sunken warship” (Malay Mail)

“Five years on from the explosion that killed 46 sailors — almost half the crew — and led to increased border defence by both sides, the sinking is reigniting tensions between South Korea and its reclusive, nuclear-armed neighbor. North Korea denies South Korea’s charges it torpedoed the ship and says retaliatory sanctions prevent it granting concessions such as reunions of families separated by the Korean War in the 1950s.”