29 missing after ferry mishap in Philippines: Govt

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MANILA: At least 29 people are missing after a ferry lost control of its steering and was hit by huge waves in waters off the central Philippines on Saturday night, the government’s civil defence office said. The Maharlika II ferry, carrying at least 84 people, lost control and was carried away by the current…

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