Relatives of the passengers onboard a motorized vessel that ...
Dec 24th, 2009
(Reuters) - Relatives of the passengers onboard a motorized vessel that sank after it collided with a fishing vessel off the waters of Cavite, south of Manila, await information at the Philippine Coast Guard office in Manila December 24, 2009. Some 46 passengers and crew members were rescued as ongoing search and rescue operations continue to look for 27 more still unaccounted for. REUTERS/Roi Azure (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER) -
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