Han Jun transports equipment to Sade base

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 Han Jun transports equipment to Sade base


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Oct. 22 (Overseas) according to South Korea KBS news report, on the afternoon of 22 local time, the Ministry of defense of South Korea transported equipment and materials to the Sade base in Xingzhou, and dispatched more than 800 police to maintain order. During the period, more than 70 residents and members of anti Sade groups strongly resisted, and many were injured and sent to hospital due to police forced evacuation.

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Earlier, the South Korean military claimed that the Sade base is to improve the living conditions of officers and men facilities and materials. However, residents and anti Sadr groups believe that the military is actually transporting equipment to improve the performance of Sadr. Therefore, early in the morning of the 22nd, they occupied the bridge leading to the base, tried to block the military vehicles, and chanted slogans such as Sade withdrawal, peace until and U.S. troops withdrawing.

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However, despite the opposition of residents, the South Korean army still decided to transport equipment to the base. At 11:00 a.m., the police repeatedly issued a warning broadcast, stop illegal activities and move to a safe place immediately! At 12:20 noon, the police began to forcibly evacuate the crowd, more than an hour later completed the clearance. During this period, residents vowed to fight to death, and many people were sent to hospital. (Liu Qiang)

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