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Rescue drama 14 still missing after capsize

Coastguards help a Burmese sailor as he arrives at Yeosu port in South Korea on Christmas Day. Fourteen sailors were still missing yesterday after the South Korean-flagged chemical tanker Eastern Bright capsized off the country’s southern coast. The Burmese seafarer was picked up by a rescue boat after the combined carrier disappeared off the port city, officials said. The sailor was found unconscious and it was not clear what had happened to the vessel. The coastguard and navy were still searching for 12 South Koreans and two more Burmese in the rough sea. AP





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