South Korea Ferry Disaster News
Malan Breton Talks Fashion Week
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Search On for the Missing After a Chinese Cruise Ship Capsizes in a Storm
Rescue teams tap the hull with a hammer, listening for survivors of pleasure cruise.
Chinese Ferry Overturns on Yangtze River, Hundreds Missing
this breaking news, dramatic images of a passenger cruise ship capsized. It was hit by strong winds and heavy rains from a sicyclone. The captain of the ship has been arrested. Reporter: Incredible scenes on the yangtze river. This, look at them tapping on the hull of the overturned ferry they can
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Captain in South Korea Ferry Tragedy Sentenced to 36 Years in Prison The captain of the South Korean ferry that sank in April, killing 304 people, was sentenced in South Korean district court today to 36 years in prison ,
Captain in South Korea Ferry Tragedy Sentenced to 36 Years in Prison
The captain of the South Korean ferry that sank in April, killing 304 people, was sentenced in South Korean district court today to 36 years in prison, with the ferry’s chief engineer receiving a 30-year sentence. Prosecutors had sought the death penalty for 68-year-old captain Lee Joon-Seok and
Five International Stories You'll Care About Next Week
Next week President Obama makes his sixth trip to Asia – his second this year. After visiting America’s friends like Japan, Korea and the Philippines in April, next week is set to be a tougher assignment, beginning in Beijing. The trip to China will be Obama’s first since 2009 when a newly
Pittsburgh Steelers Defeat Indianapolis Colts; Ukraine Collects Election Results
quicklist: title: Pittsburgh Steelers Beat Colts, Thanks to 'Big Ben' text: Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Sunday became the first player in the NFL to throw for at least 500 yards in multiple games. The Steelers won 51-34 over the Indianapolis Colts at Heinz Field in
Pope Francis Makes Anti-Abortion Statement in South Korea
During his trip in South Korea today, Pope Francis stopped to pray at a monument for aborted children, a rare gesture as he has been known to avoid such culturally sensitive issues. The people also beatified 124 Korean martyrs in an open-air Mass at the Gwanghwamun Gate, a symbolic place in the
Pope Francis Makes Another Surprising Travel Choice in South Korea
The compact Kia-riding Pope today again surprised the country by choosing to travel to Daejeon on a bullet train instead of the pre-planned helicopter offered by the South Korean president. He wanted to be "in more touch with the people," according to the official preparatory committee.