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Passenger ship lost in Red Sea

An Egyptian passenger ship said to be carrying more than 1,400 people has disappeared in the Red Sea off the Saudi coast. The ship, the Al Salam Boccaccio 98, left Dubah, western Saudi Arabia, en route to Egypt’s southern port of Safaga, a spokesman for the El Islam Maritime Transport Co. told CNN. State-run Nile Television, quoting the Red Sea governor, said the ship was carrying 1,415 people, 1,310 of them Egyptians. Full Story

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