TALLINN - The Estonian government has ruled out any further discussion on the question of recovering bodies trapped inside the Estonia ferry, which sank more than four years ago. The decision effectively thwarts any future move to recover bodies from the vessel. Estonia, Sweden and Finland decided after the disaster that the wreck of the M/S Estonia would remain the final resting place for the victims. Any actions disturbing it, they said, should be prosecuted. Any changes to the agreement would require the approval of all three countries. "From the Estonian side, the question of recovering...
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