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Rescuers confirm three killed, 300 evacuated after Indonesian ferry fire

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019
Indonesian rescuers found three people dead and evacuated 300 from the blazing wreckage of a ferry off the coast of Java island, an official said on Saturday, significantly more than were originally said to have been on board the vessel.
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