Ferry Crew Gave False Accounts of Disaster
Accounts by the captain and crew of the ill-fated ferry Sewol that the ship had tilted too much to allow them to reach the cabins and manipulate the life boats have turned out to be completely false. >> Full Text

N.Korea Poised for Major Operation
South Korean officials are increasingly convinced that North Korea is getting ready for another nuclear test amid brisk activity at its test site in North Hamgyong Province. In a press briefing here on Tuesday, Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said, "We're detecting signs of various movements at the nuclear test site." >> Full Text
Ferry Crew Had No Clue About Safety Procedure
The captain of the ill-fated ferry Sewol has claimed he hurt his hip when the ship suddenly tilted and rescuers told him to abandon ship. Lee Joon-seok (69) made the claim under questioning by police on Wednesday, but an X-ray at a hospital in Mokpo last Saturday showed that there was nothing wrong with his hip. >> Full Text

Youngsters tie yellow ribbons in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province on Tuesday for the safe return of missing passengers from the ferry that sank off the southwest coast last week. /News 1

Volunteers look after a family member of a missing passenger from the ferry Sewol at a gymnasium in Jindo, South Jeolla Province on Tuesday. /Newsis

British singing prodigy Connie Talbot poses at a press event promoting her Korean concerts in Seoul on Tuesday.

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