Relatives of missing passengers from the sunken ferry scuffle with police
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South Korea ferry disaster: Families and police clash at protest

Scuffles have broken out on Jindo island between police and families of the missing passengers from the sunken South Korean ferry.

Nearly 200 relatives set off on Sunday on what they said was a protest march from Jindo to the presidential Blue House in Seoul, 260 miles (420km) to the north.

But a force of several hundred police offers blocked a bridge from the island to the mainland, forcing them to turn back.

Martin Patience reports.

  • 21 Apr 2014
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