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Korea kin seek answers over ferry disaster

Families desperate for news on their loved ones have challenged officials on their response to the tragedy.

Last updated: 19 Apr 2014 18:11
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Relatives of those missing on board a capsized ferry in South Korea have voiced their frustration at how officials have handled the tragedy.

Most of those unaccounted for are high school students. Their parents have challenged officials on their response to the disaster and how it happened in the first place.

It has been four days since the accident but some families still hold hope their loved ones will be found.

Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Jindo in South Korea

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