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تنزانيا کې د سمندري بیړی د غرقیدو له کبله ۱۶۳ تنه مړه او تر سل زیات ورک دي

Tanzanian police carry bodies of children from the sea in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Saturday Sept 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island at about 1 a.m. Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.نن ټکی آسیا: په تنزانیا کې د یوې بحري بیړی د غرقیدو له کبله ۱۶۳ تنه مړه او تر سل زیات ورک دي.

دغه بیړی تیره شپه د زینجبار ددوو جزیرو تر منځ يې سفر کوی، ګمان کیږي چي د غرقیدو سبب به يې تر حد زیات سپرلي يې، چي په دغه بیړی کې سفر کولو.

د زینجبار د بیړنیو حالاتو وزیر محمد عبود فرانس پرس خبري اژانس ته ویلي چي تر اوسه ۱۶۳ مړي موندل شوي دي،

او ۳۲۵ تنه ژغورل شوي دي، او سل کسه تر اوسه ورک دي.

د غرقي دا پيښه په افریقا کې په تیرو لسو کلونو کې تر ټولو غټه پيښه شمیرل کیږي.

ځینو چارواکو ویلي چي په بیړی کې تر ۶۰۰ کسانو پوري سپرلي وه، چي په دې حساب سره د ورک شویو کسانو شمیر زیات اټکل کیږي.

A policeman carries the body of a victim who perished in a ferry tragedy on its way to Pemba in the waters of Indian Ocean near Zanzibar in Tanzania September 10, 2011. At least 107 people drowned when a ferry capsized in rough waters off east Africa as it sailed from Zanzibar to Pemba island, a doctor said on Saturday, the worst disaster in the archipelago's recent history.

Tanzanian soldiers carry a body from a ship in Zanzibar, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island at about 1 a.m. Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.

Tanzanian police carry a body  from the sea in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Saturday Sept 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island  Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.

Survivors of the ship M.V. Spice Islanders which sank are covered in blankets in Zanzibar Saturday, Sept 10, 2011. The overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.

Tanzanian police carry bodies  from the sea in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Saturday Sept 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island. Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.

Tanzanian wait near the beach in Zanzibar for the victims of the ship that sank, Saturday, Sept 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president's office.

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