South Koreans clash with police as they protest against installation of US anti-missile THAAD system. With the recent impeachment and arrest of President Park, anti-American sentiment is growing in South Korea – especially with Trump threatening North Korea with nuclear war.
A Journal of People report
Police and villagers have clashed in a South Korean village as the people were resisting mobilization of the U.S. anti-missile Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in the village.
A Seongju, South Korea, April 26 datelined news-report by Yonhap said:
“Six trailers carrying the radar and other equipment for a U.S. THAAD missile defense battery entered the deployment site at a golf course in South Korea early Wednesday, sparking a clash between police and villagers.”
The report was headlined “THAAD equipment enters deployment site in S. Korea amid clash between police, residents”.
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