SEOUL: Two bodies have been recovered and 368 people rescued from a South Korean ferry that capsized at sea Wednesday with 477 passengers and crew on board, a senior government official said."So far, 368 have been rescued," Lee Gyeong-Og, the vice minister of security and public administration, told a press briefing in Seoul He also confirmed that two people had been killed, including one female crew member.
WELLINGTON: Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate departed New Zealand with their baby son Prince George on Wednesday, an AFP reporter saw, heading for Sydney to begin the Australian leg of their tour Down Under.The royals waved as they boarded an Australian air force 737, with William carrying his eight-month old son in his arms.On their final day in New Zealand, William and Kate were introduced to German Shepherd puppies destined to become police dogs when they visited Wellington’s Royal New Zealand Police
GAUHATI, India State-owned Indian Railways said in a statement that the engine and nine of the train s 13 coaches jumped the track early Wednesday near the Jagiroad station, about 140 kilometers (85 miles) east of Gauhati, the capital of Assam state.The cause of the derailment was not immediately known.The statement said six of the injured passengers were hospitalized. Thirty-six others suffered minor injuries and were allowed to go home after receiving medical attention.Railway accidents are common in