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Sewol Salvage Still Delayed in South Korea

As South Korean President Park Geun-hye faces mounting pressure to resign over an alleged corruption scandal, she recently received more bad news about a past disaster that first damaged her credibility with the public, the sinking of the Sewol ferry in 2014. More than two years after the Sewol sank, the government finally began efforts to salvage the ferry in June. It planned to complete the salvage by the end of July, then later said it was aiming for late October.    Now...

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