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The captain of the capsized South Korean Sewol ferry has been arrested, according to South Korea's Yonhap News Agency, as the search continues for the roughly 270 people still missing and feared dead.
Calgary stabbings: Funerals for 3 of 5 victims set for Monday video
Funerals have been arranged for three of the five young students stabbed to death in Calgary earlier this week.
New SpaceX launches cargo ship with reusable rocket technology
An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket blasted off on Friday to deliver a cargo capsule to the International Space Station for NASA and to test new reusable rocket technology.
Fake playground child abduction for YouTube infuriates parents
When a masked man snatched a four-year-old boy perched on a bench at a Sequim, Wash., playground before taking off in a minivan, frantic parents trailed the getaway vehicle — only to learn it was a hoax. The hoax infuriated onlookers.
Amanda Todd case: Dutch suspect may have targeted other Canadian children video
RCMP who confirmed an arrest in the Netherlands of a Dutch man linked to the online bullying of B.C. teen Amanda Todd and possibly dozens of other victims say there may have been other Canadian children targeted, in a case that is focusing on the suspect's computer.

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