South Korean investigators have raided the shipping safety watchdog as part of their growing probe into the sinking of the Sewol ferry.
"The objective was to investigate malpractices and corruption in the entire shipping industry," said Song In-taek, head deputy chief prosecutor at Incheon District Prosecution Service.
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