JINDO, South Korea, April 19, 2014 (AFP) - Divers on Sunday
recovered 10 more bodies from the submerged South Korean ferry
that capsized four days ago with hundreds of children on board,
the coastguard said.
"Another 10 bodies have just been retrieved. Now the death
toll stands at 46," a coastguard spokesman told AFP.
The spokesman gave no further details, but Yonhap news
agency said eight of the bodies were male and two female.
Three other bodies had been brought out shortly before
midnight, marking the start of the grim process of retrieving the
remains of the hundreds believed trapped when the 6,825-tonne
Sewol capsized and sank on Wednesday morning.