Most of 42 Dead Believed to be Chinese in Sinking of Thai Tourist Boat
The death toll from the sinking of a tourist boat off the coast of Thailand has risen to 42 — with most of the passengers believed to be Chinese.
Another five passengers are still missing, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported.
The Phoenix, a double-decker cruise ship, sank Thursday afternoon off the resort island province of Phuket during a storm, with 89 passengers and 12 Thai crew members aboard, according to Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong.
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