Gun Ri

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Later Developments - No Gun Ri's Repercussions
... The 1999 No Gun Ri articles prompted hundreds of South Koreans to come forward to report other alleged incidents of large-scale civilian killings by the U.S ... Secretary of State Stanley Roth had been quoted as saying in Seoul at the outset of the No Gun Ri investigation in 1999 that the United States would consider investigating any similar Korean War killings ...
The Bridge At No Gun Ri - Publication
... after the September 29, 1999, publication of the AP’s initial news report on No Gun Ri, the journalists signed a contract with Henry Holt and Company to write a book ... The Bridge at No Gun Ri led Holt’s catalog list for the fall 2001 season ... emerged that one of nine ex-soldiers quoted in the original story was not at No Gun Ri, but was passing on second-hand information ...
The Bridge At No Gun Ri
... The Bridge at No Gun Ri is a non-fiction book about the No Gun Ri Massacre of South Korean civilians by the U.S ...
Later Developments - Special Act, No Gun Ri Park
... a Special Act on the Review and Restoration of Honor for the No Gun Ri Victims ... The act also envisioned a memorial park at the No Gun Ri site, which had begun attracting 20,000 to 30,000 visitors a year ... The 29-acre (12-ha.) No Gun Ri Peace Park, built with $17 million in government funds and featuring a memorial, museum and peace education center, opened ...

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