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Bow of sunken S Korean naval warship lifted

2010-04-24 11:21:45 GMT2010-04-24 19:21:45 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The bow of the sunken South Korean naval vessel Cheonan is lifted by a giant crane off Baekryeongdo island, near the maritime border with North Korea, northwest of Seoul, South Korea, April 24, 2010. The body of a missing sailor was found in the bow of the sunken Navy warship Cheonan, which has been pulled out of water by the Navy and a civilian salvage team on Saturday, according to local media. (Xinhua/Newsis)

The bow of the sunken South Korean naval vessel Cheonan is lifted by a giant crane off Baekryeongdo island, near the maritime border with North Korea, northwest of Seoul, South Korea, April 24, 2010. The body of a missing sailor was found in the bow of the sunken Navy warship Cheonan, which has been pulled out of water by the Navy and a civilian salvage team on Saturday, according to local media. (Xinhua/Newsis)

The bow of the sunken South Korean naval vessel Cheonan is lifted by a giant crane off Baekryeongdo island, near the maritime border with North Korea, northwest of Seoul, South Korea, April 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Newsis)

The bow of the sunken South Korean naval vessel Cheonan is lifted by a giant crane off Baekryeongdo island, near the maritime border with North Korea, northwest of Seoul, South Korea, April 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Newsis)

The bow of the sunken South Korean naval vessel Cheonan is lifted by a giant crane off Baekryeongdo island, near the maritime border with North Korea, northwest of Seoul, South Korea, April 24, 2010. The body of a missing sailor was found in the bow of the sunken Navy warship Cheonan, which has been pulled out of water by the Navy and a civilian salvage team on Saturday, according to local media.

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