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Egyptian Ferry Rescue Efforts Under Way in Red Sea
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Egyptian Ferry Rescue Efforts Under Way in Red Sea

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Egyptian Ferry Rescue Efforts Under Way in Red Sea

Egyptian Ferry Rescue Efforts Under Way in Red Sea
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Egyptian officials say just over 300 people have been rescued from a ferry carrying some 1,400 passengers that sank Thursday night in the Red Sea. The ferry was traveling from Saudi Arabia to Egypt, mainly carrying Egyptian workers.

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