The official death toll in the South Korea ferry disaster has risen to 58 as search and rescue divers finally succeed in entering the sunken vessel.
The confirmed death toll jumped from 33 to 58 within 24 hours as divers, hampered for days by strong currents, bad weather and low visibility, finally found a way inside the sunken vessel
Only 174 people are known to have survived the sinking of the Sewol, which had been on its way from the South Korean port city of Incheon to the southern island of Jeju.
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