Divers trying to retrieve bodies from the sunken South Korean ferry are finding the job "extremely difficult," feeling their way through the ink-black water with their hands as they work their way through rooms in the capsized ship.
Scotland Yard has learned of other attacks on British girls.
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The entire country of South Korea, which watched a ferry filled with high school students sink on live TV and has followed the futile search for survivors with 24/7 TV coverage, appears to be have been traumatized by the tragedy.
That trauma has been compounded by a collective shame over charges of criminal negligence by much of the ship's crew, inappropriate reactions by government officials and cruel hoaxes following the sinking.
Jurors listened to dramatic audio recordings Tuesday of the moments when two teenagers were fatally shot by a Minnesota homeowner who said he feared for his life after several previous break-ins.
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An unidentified object washed ashore in Australia, and investigators are trying to determine if the object is related to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Iceberg bigger than Guam drifting from Antarctic glacier, but more a wonder than a worry
Spacewalking astronauts complete urgent repair job at space station, replace dead computer
It’s been 30 years since scientists revealed the cause of AIDS: a shifty retrovirus that would come to be known as HIV.
The two closest races in the Southern states are in Kentucky and North Carolina.
"Each one gives me a tick in my heart," he says in a video.
Newly repaired sinkhole between homes in Florida retirement village seems to be opening again
The words "spring cleaning" may conjure images of sparkling kitchen counters and dust-free closets, but there's another part of your life that could use a clean sweep too, according to experts in emergency preparedness.
Jessie the giraffe rejected the job of mom three times before.
Google's 'Street View' maps add digital time capsules.
Christie's will auction a flawless blue diamond next month.
Robert Samuel turned waiting in line into a booming business.
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Oscar winner and all-around Hollywood darling Lupita Nyong'o, 31, is People magazine's Most Beautiful Woman.
The honor couldn't have gone to a more deserving woman, who absolutely took Hollywood by storm this year with he performance in "12 Years a Slave."
She told the magazine she "never dreamed" she'd be its "Most Beautiful."
"It was exciting and just a major, major compliment," she said. "I was happy for all the girls who would see me on [it] and feel a little more seen."
She added that her mother Dorothy "always said I was beautiful and I finally believed her at some point."
Brazil's new Internet 'Bill of Rights,' promotes privacy, ensures net neutrality
AOL to add Miramax films to video platform for free ad-supported viewing
Researchers add gene therapy to cochlear implants in deaf animals, aiming to improve hearing
Venezuelan police arrest American man on murder, weapons charges
Minnesota homeowner accused of lethal force in teens' deaths had set up surveillance equipment
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