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1. FERRY CAPTAIN'S FATE
Verdict delivered: Lee Joon-seok, the South Korean ferry captain who jumped to safety while the hundreds of people remained inside the sinking ship, was sentenced today to 36 years in jail. Prosecutors had sought the death penalty for Lee, alleging that he did not use the available equipment such as life rafts, life vests and announcements to evacuate the passengers. More than 300 people died after the ferry capsized on the southwestern coast of South Korea in April. Almost 250 of them were suburban high school students on their way to a field trip. Nine people remain missing.