South Korean President Park Geun-hye walks by the portraits of some of 46 South Korean sailors who were killed in the sinking of their war ship "Cheonan," at the National Cemetery in Daejeon, South Korea, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. An explosion ripped apart the 1,200-ton warship, killing 46 sailors near the maritime border with North Korea in 2010. The sailors are buried here in the city. South Korea marks three years from the incident on March 26. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye walks by the portraits of some of 46 South Korean sailors who were killed in the sinking of their war ship "Cheonan," at the National Cemetery in Daejeon, South Korea, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. An explosion ripped apart the 1,200-ton warship, killing 46 sailors near the maritime border with North Korea in 2010. The sailors are buried here in the city. South Korea marks three years from the incident on March 26. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)
South Korean President Park Geun-hye walks by the portraits of some of 46 South Korean sailors who were killed in the sinking of their war ship "Cheonan," at the National Cemetery in Daejeon, South Korea, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. An explosion ripped apart the 1,200-ton warship, killing 46 sailors near the maritime border with North Korea in 2010. The sailors are buried here in the city. South Korea marks three years from the incident on March 26. (AP Photo/Kim Jae-hwan, Pool)
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