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The government of South Korea was under fire
According to the Japanese television station NHK, the South Korean government is facing increasing criticism from the public about its actions in connection with the disaster of the ferry while the rescue operation continues inside the wreck.
The Sewol ferry sank off the country's southern coast on Wednesday. It carried 476 passengers, including more than 300 high school students
On Monday morning, officials from the Coast Guard reported that the death of 64 people has been confirmed, and 238 people continue to be reported missing.
In the address of the South Korean government is growing criticism of the actions in response to this disaster. Government officials have repeatedly given false information, for example, about the number of passengers on board and the number of those who managed to escape. The government is also blamed for the publication of unconvincing reports on rescue operations.