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Making sacrifices count


A woman who appears to be a relative of one of the victims of the Sewol ferry disaster places a yellow paper ship as a token of condolence on the stairs of the National Assembly yesterday while the other relatives asked legislators to form a trilateral committee composed of the relatives and lawmakers from both ruling and opposition parties to prevent another such tragedy. See story on Page 2. [NEWS1]

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