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Investigations into the sinking of a ferry off South Korea's coast have centred on possible crew negligence with an arrest warrant sought for the ship's captain.
Of the 475 passengers and crew on the ferry, 28 people have officially been declared dead and 179 were rescued.
As hopes fade of finding any survivors, loved ones of the dead and 268 missing passengers have gathered to mourn and wait for news on the rescue mission.
South Korean prosecutors have sought arrest warrants for the captain as well as two crew members of the ferry, a coastguard official said. He did not detail the charges.
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