SKorea's defense chief resigns over NKorea attack
South Korea South Korea's protection minister submissive Thursday amid intense disapproval two days after a North Korean weaponry attack killed four people on a small island near the Koreas' disputed border.

The move came as President Lee Myung-bak vowed to send more troops to the front-line South Korean island and as inhabitants tried to salvage possessions from the blackened ruins of their homes. Pyongyang warned of extra attacks if provoked.

Hours sooner than Defense Minister Kim Tae-young's acceptance, lawmakers had lashed out at the government, claiming officials were unqualified for Tuesday's attack and that the military retort to the North's bombardment was too slow. Still those in Lee's ruling party demanded Kim's dismissal as well as persons of military leaders and some presidential aides.

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