Deaths in Cambodia ferry disaster

Pilgrims on way to Buddhist festival drown when vessel capsizes in Mekong river.

    The ferry capsized some 160km upstream from the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh

    Kham Phoeun, the governor of Kratie province, said the bodies of 17 dead, which included 14 women and two children under the age 5, were being given to relatives.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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