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South Korea Tests System to Raise Sunken Ferry

South Korea prepared Sunday to raise the Sewol ferry that sank nearly three years ago, killing more than 300 people, most of them children. It is testing a system to bring the ship to the surface in the hope of finding the last nine bodies. The Sewol, which was structurally unsound, overloaded and traveling too fast on a turn, capsized and sank during a routine voyage April 16, 2014. It lies at a depth of 44 meters (144 feet), off the southwestern island of Jindo. Of those killed, 250...

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