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Iraq ferry incident: At least 40 dead as overloaded ship sinks near Mosul

Independent Thursday, 21 March 2019
At least 40 people have died as an overloaded ferry has sunk in the Tigris River near Mosul in Iraq, according to police and medical sources.
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News video: Overloaded ferry sinks in Iraq's Tigris River, at least 100 die

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Victims were celebrating Persian New Year Nowruz at an amusement park in Mosul when tragedy struck.

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