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Breaking: Tanzania ferry rescue halted, 146 presumed dead
Tanzania's government on Saturday halted rescue operations for a ferry accident that appears to have killed 146 people.

Government official Ali Juma Shamhuna said 69 passengers were confirmed dead and 77 were still missing, but the rescue efforts were called off because it was unlikely to still find any passengers alive in the Indian Ocean three days after the accident.

The ferry MV Skagit, which capsized Wednesday while travelling from the East African nation's economic capital Dar es Salaam to the island of Zanzibar, was carrying 291 passengers, although it had only been certified to carry 250, he added.

A total of 145 passengers, among them also foreign tourists, were rescued after the accident.

The government closed the identification centre for victims Saturday after bodies recovered a day earlier had already decomposed beyond recognition, said Dr. Marijani Msafiri, an official in charge of the rescue operation.

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Unity is the great goal toward which humanity moves irresistibly. But it becomes fatal, destructive of the intelligence, the dignity, the well-being of individuals and peoples whenever it is formed without regard to liberty, either by violent means or under the authority of any theological, metaphysical, political, or even economic idea. That patriotism which tends toward unity without regard to liberty is an evil patriotism, always disastrous to the popular and real interests of the country it claims to exalt and serve. Often, without wishing to be so, it is a friend of reaction – an enemy of the revolution, i.e., the emancipation of nations and men.
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Re: Breaking: Tanzania ferry rescue halted, 146 presumed dead
Tanzania's government on Saturday halted rescue operations for a ferry accident that appears to have killed 146 people.

Government official Ali Juma Shamhuna said 69 passengers were confirmed dead and 77 were still missing, but the rescue efforts were called off because it was unlikely to still find any passengers alive in the Indian Ocean three days after the accident.

The ferry MV Skagit, which capsized Wednesday while travelling from the East African nation's economic capital Dar es Salaam to the island of Zanzibar, was carrying 291 passengers, although it had only been certified to carry 250, he added.

A total of 145 passengers, among them also foreign tourists, were rescued after the accident.

The government closed the identification centre for victims Saturday after bodies recovered a day earlier had already decomposed beyond recognition, said Dr. Marijani Msafiri, an official in charge of the rescue operation.

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