South Korean President Park Geun-hye talks with family members of victims onboard sunken passenger ship Sewol during their face-to-face talk at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul May 16, 2014. REUTERS/Do Kwang-hwan/Yonhap
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South Korean prosecutors said on Friday they were seeking a warrant for the arrest of Yoo Byung-un, the head of the family that owns the operator of a ferry that capsized last month.South Korean prosecutors are hunting for Yoo and his children, visiting the home of his elder son and a religious compound where Yoo is believed to have holed up.Prosecutors have also indicted the 11 other surviving crew members of the ferry Sewol on negligence charges.Lawyer Son Byoung-gi, who has spoken for the family previously, said he had resigned, as the family was out of touch.
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