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(CNN) - As families of the victims of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 struggle to come to grips with their loved ones being gone, Indonesian authorities are searching the sea for more wreckage and more victims.
Officials are now bringing bodies to a mid-way point, so they can start the grim process of identifying them.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports live from Borneo.
Jindo, South Korea (CNN) - It began as a routine ocean passage on calm seas. Passengers bound for a resort island were just stirring, some eating breakfast. Suddenly, the ferry began to list. At some point, a loud bang shook the ship.
Suddenly, hundreds of people aboard the ferry Sewol - many of them teenagers - faced a terrifying choice: obey commands barked over loudspeakers to stay in place as the ship rolled and started to sink around them, or don life vests and jump into the chilly ocean water miles from the South Korean coast.
Tacloban, Philippines (CNN) - Juvelyn Taniega walks down a desolate road and points toward the barren landscape where her home once stood.
When Typhoon Haiyan tore through Tacloban, she says, the house she lived in with her husband and six children was one of the first to fall down. They huddled inside a bus, seeking shelter from the storm surge.
She survived, but they were swept away in the rushing waters. Now, Taniega is searching for their remains.