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Death toll in Tanzania ferry sinking on Lake Victoria rises to 86, regional official says

Seattle Times Friday, 21 September 2018
Death toll in Tanzania ferry sinking on Lake Victoria rises to 86, regional official saysKAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Death toll in Tanzania ferry sinking on Lake Victoria rises to 86, regional official says.
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Reuters has reported that rescuers in Tanzania have retrieved at least 136 bodies one day after a ferry sank on Lake Victoria, but scores more are still missing. The ferry capsized just a few meters from the dock. Initial reports suggested that the ferry was carrying more than 300 people. State-owned...

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