13 missing after cargo ship sinks off Indonesia's Papua

Rescuers were searching for 13 people who were missing after a cargo ship sank off Indonesia's Papua province over the weekend, a report said Wednesday.

The KM Azula capsized about 11 kilometres off Asmat district after it hit a rock, Antara news agency said.

Four boats had been sent to look for the missing crew, Antara said.  

Last update: Wed, 17/02/2016 - 13:10

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