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LinkAsia Headlines: July 24, 2014

LinkAsia Headlines: July 24, 2014

In India, a train slammed into a school bus, killing at least 18 children. People are furious about Indian Railways delaying putting up barrier at the level crossing. In South Korea, relatives of the victims of the Sewol Ferry disaster marched to mark the 100th day since the tragedy. Last in Japan, an artist was under arrest for distributing artworks based on female genitals.

LinkAsia Headlines: July 24, 2014

In India, a train slammed into a school bus, killing at least 18 children. People are furious about Indian Railways delaying putting up barrier at the level crossing. In South Korea, relatives of the victims of the Sewol Ferry disaster marched to mark the 100th day since the tragedy. Last in Japan, an artist was under arrest for distributing artworks based on female genitals.
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