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September 07, 2010 
Captain Kim Chil-yi (R) and crew members of a South Korean fishing boat, the 55 Daesung, pose upon their... 
Sokcho, South Korea 
Captain Kim Chil-yi and crew members of a South Korean fishing boat, the 55 Daesung, pose upon their... 
Captain Kim Chil-yi (R) and crew members of a South Korean fishing boat, the 55 Daesung, pose upon their return at a port of the Sokcho Maritime Police in Sokcho, about 290 km (181 miles) northeast of Seoul September 7, 2010. North Korea on Tuesday released the seven-man crew of a South Korean fishing boat, including three Chinese, at the maritime border of the two Koreas in the East Sea after the North captured the boat which they say illegally entered its waters on August 8, 2010, according to the North's KCNA news agency and local South Korean media. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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