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Sunken Korea ferry relatives give DNA swabs to help identify dead

A child reads letters of hope written for missing schoolchildren trapped in the capsized South Korean ferry in the south of country written by members of the public at Ansan Jungang station in Ansan on April 19, 2014. The arrested captain of the South Korean ferry that capsized three days ago with 476 people on board defended his decision to delay its evacuation, as divers on April 19 finally accessed the submerged vessel and spotted bodies inside. AFP PHOTO / KIM DOO-HO

 

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