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Anger, grief sweep Iraq's Mosul as ferry disaster toll hits 100

SBS Friday, 22 March 2019
The capsizing of a Tigris River ferry packed with families celebrating Kurdish New Year in Mosul left at least 100 people dead, mostly women and children, the Iraqi interior ministry said on Friday, as grief and anger swept the city.
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Anger and grief over the Iraq ferry disaster in which at least 95 people were killed

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