South Korea: Relatives of Sewol ferry victims seek answers

Salvage crews have found human remains on board the Sewol ferry in South Korea. A memorial service has been held for the families of nine people still missing after it sunk almost three years ago.

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    Salvage crews have found human remains on board the Sewol ferry in South Korea.

    A memorial service has been held for the families of the nine people still missing after it sunk almost three years ago.

    Relatives of those missing want a more thorough investigation into what caused the vessel to sink and why more than 300 people died.

    Al Jazeera's Yaara Bou Melhem reports from Seoul.


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