North Korean soldiers carry a casket for a submarine crewman after receiving it from the U.N. honor guards Friday. U.N. officials handed over nine black wooden coffins to North Korean border guards in Panmunjom, the truce village inside the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas. The submarine was caught in a fishing net 11 days ago. When South Korean officials opened the vessel, they found the crew members dead inside. South Korea said the submarine was on a spy mission and five of its crewmen were shot to death by their commander and three spies, who then shot themselves to avoid capture.