At least 80 adults and children dead as overloaded ferry capsizes near Iraqi city of Mosul

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AT least 80 adults and children died yesterday when an overloaded ferry capsized in a river. Hundreds watched helpless from the shore as doomed passengers struggled to swim in the strong current of the Tigris near Mosul in Iraq. Many on the vessel, which police said sank due to a technical problem, had been celebrating […]
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