Ferry Disaster Fallout Divides South Korea

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Jason Strother SEOUL— South Korean lawmakers have agreed to launch a new investigation into April’s deadly passenger ferry accident, bringing an end to a months-long deadlock in the country’s National Assembly. But the country’s unity and sympathy for the victims in the days and weeks following the disaster has since given way to a politicized rift that is now on display in the streets. When the Sewol ferry capsized, Lee Jeong-chul‘s teenage son was among the roughly 300, mostly high school students, who perished. And for the past two months Lee as well as some other Sewol victim parents and their supporters have…

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