SOUTH KOREA - More bodies found inside the ferry that sank off South Korea last week arrived at port on the Island of Jindo. Sixty-one bodies have now been recovered, but around 240 people are still missing. The ferry sank on Wednesday with 478 people on board, many of them students from a single high school. Authorities say they have all but ruled out the ferry hitting a rock as the cause for the wreck - focusing their investigation on a junior officer they say was steering the vessel for the very first time when the tragedy occurred.
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