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03 February 2006
Egyptian Passenger Ship Sank in The Red Sea
An Egyptian passenger ship carrying about 1,300 people sank in the Red Sea overnight during bad weather, and rescue ships arriving at the scene Friday pulled dozens of bodies from the water, an official said. Thirty survivors were rescued, some in lifeboats. The 35-year-old ship, Al-Salaam Boccaccio 98, went down 40 miles off the Egyptian port of Hurghada, the head of the Egyptian Maritime Authority, Mahfouz Taha Marzouk, told The Associated Press. Source: http://news.yahoo.com Tags: Egypt, Sailing, Gr33n Data