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Relatives of victims of the Sewol ferry accident stand before a banner featuring victim photos during a protest. More than 300 people, most of them high school students, died in the accident. Nine people remain missing. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Year After Ferry Disaster, South Koreans Await Answers

The root causes of the accident that killed 304 people are still unclear, and parents of the victims are embroiled in a political tug of war.

Relatives of victims of the Sewol ferry accident stand before a banner featuring victim photos during a protest. More than 300 people, most of them high school students, died in the accident. Nine people remain missing. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Year After Ferry Disaster, South Koreans Await Answers

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Bashful Kwes.
Tune Down Chris Joss
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Former FBI Agent Speaks Out: 'I Was Not Protected'

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Sequencing the genes of a cancer cell turns up lots of genetic mutations — but some of them are harmless. The goal is to figure out which mutations are the troublemakers. Kevin Curtis/Science Source hide caption

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Personalizing Cancer Treatment With Genetic Tests Can Be Tricky

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Real-World Math: A Bit Of Trig And Hay For The Horses

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The new line of HiSo edible insects. The fried crickets are on the top row, in order: original flavor, cheese, barbecue, seaweed. The fried silkworm pupae snacks are seen on the bottom row, in the same order of flavors. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Street Food No More: Bug Snacks Move To Store Shelves In Thailand

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