Saturday, December 17, 2011

Boat sinks off Indonesia coast, hundreds missing  de  nl  no  pt

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A boat carrying 380 migrants, most of them from the Middle East, sank off the coast of east Java in Indonesia and hundreds of the passengers are still missing, a senior emergencies official said Sunday.

reuters 10:39:00 PM CET

This cluster belong to the following story: Over 300 missing as boat sinks off Indonesia

Keywords: Indonesia, Australia, xx, United states / Jakarta Police, Esmat Adine / indonesian, human, government

Start date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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