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26 Nov. 2014
A woman crouches in front of yellow ribbons, with messages... more
26 Nov. 2014
JINDO, South Korea
A woman crouches in front of yellow ribbons, with messages dedicated to victims onboard the sunken ferry Sewol, at a port in Jindo November 18, 2014. Many loved ones of surviving crew members of the Sewol ferry disaster are being treated as a pariah amid outrage in South Korea over the deaths of 304 people on the doomed boat, which sank while making a turn on a routine voyage to the holiday island of Jeju. The surviving crew have been vilified since video footage showed they were among the first to be rescued as teenagers on a school trip waited in their cabins as instructed, drowning when the overloaded vessel sank before help arrived. In South Korea, a person's shame or honour is profoundly affected by family association. To match story SOUTHKOREA-FERRY/ Picture taken November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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