Students had obeyed the crew's orders to stay put
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South Korea ferry students 'had to get themselves out'

Students who survived the sinking of a South Korean ferry in April - in which more than 300 people died - have been giving evidence in court for the first time.

The trial is resuming of the captain and 14 crew members on charges including murder, negligence and abandoning ship.

Lucy Williamson reports from Ansan.

  • 28 Jul 2014
  • From the section Asia
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