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Drowned Egyptian Ferry- Part 1

An Egyptian criminal court has found the owner of a Red Sea ferry not guilty of manslaughter over the deaths of more than 1,000 passengers in 2006. Inside story asks: Does the dead captain of the ill fated ferry take most of the blame? Does the disaster reveal serious flaws in the emergency handling system in the country? And what is the likely impact of this ruling on the image and integrity of the Egyptian judiciary?

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