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Boat capsizes off Indonesian coast

An injured survivor of a boating accident off the Indonesian coast. Two people are still missing after the boat capsized in the Sunda Strait on Saturday. Twenty-three passengers were on board at the time, most of whom were divers, including six Japanese nationals. They were rescued by a fishing boat and tanker before being taken to Anyer Harbour in Baten province on Sunday. This survivor says the group had finished diving and was back at the boat having dinner when huge waves hit the boat and capsized it. Rescue efforts are ongoing to find the remaining two passengers.

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