Monday, November 30, 2015   

Second boat sinks off Malaysia
(06-19 15:36)

Nine people were missing after an Indonesia-bound boat sank off western Malaysia early today, as authorities searched for 26 passengers unaccounted for after a similar incident a day earlier.
The boat, believed bound for the Indonesian island of Sumatra across the busy Malacca Strait, sank off Malaysia's coast near the district of Sepang, south of Kuala Lumpur, The Star newspaper quoted an official as saying.--AFP
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