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More than 300 people missing after South Korean ferry sinks - coastguard
Almost 300 people are missing after a ferry sank off South Korea on Wednesday, the coastguard said, in what could be the country's biggest peacetime disaster in 20 years.
164 people were rescued by press time, but two were confirmed to be dead after the ferry capsized in what seemed to be calm conditions off South Korea's southwest coast.
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StarHub will start charging its 4G and LTE users for staying on its high-speed data network from 1 June onwards, and will impose a monthly charge of $2.14, which it says is discounted from the usual $10.70.
It will allow its users to unsubscribe from the 4G network via SMS, and are informing them that way as well.Read More »from Wednesday #sgroundup: More than 300 people missing after South Korean ferry sinks - coastguard