The number of confirmed dead from the capsized Sewol ferry has passed 100, according to South Korea's Yonhap news agency.
Of the 476 passengers and crew on board, 339 were children and teachers on a high school outing. Only 174 people have been rescued and the remainder are all presumed to have drowned.
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