South Korea observes fifth anniversary of Sewol ferry disaster

The accident killed 304 people, mostly children on a school trip.

    South Korea is marking five years since the Sewol ferry disaster that killed 304 people.

    Most of those who died were schoolchildren.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Seoul on the new ways developed to avoid such disasters in future.


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