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B. 02-05 Shift to recovery mode in ferry sinking Papua New Guinea
C. 02-04 Four bodies found after ferry sinking Cape Fortification, Papua New Guinea
D. 02-02 Fears grow for PNG ferry missing Lae, Papua New Guinea
02-02 More than 200 rescued after ferry sinks Cape Fortification, Papua New Guinea

Four bodies found after ferry sinking Map of Cape Fortification Papua New Guinea
  Shift to recovery mode in ferry sinking


year 2012 Top ^

Feb.5
  Papua New Guinea: It may be time to shift from rescue to recovery mode in their search for 98 people who remain unaccounted for in last week's ferry sinking
Feb.4
  Papua New Guinea: Rescuers scanning the waters off the east coast of Papua New Guinea after a ferry sank found four bodies

Feb.2
  Papua New Guinea: Ships and helicopters are continuing to search for more than 100 people missing after a ferry sank off Papua New Guinea's north coast
  More than 200 rescued after ferry sinks Map of Cape Fortification Papua New Guinea
  Papua New Guinea: The Australian authorities have been helping Papua New Guinea with rescue efforts after the ship, the MV Rabaul Queen, sank off Cape Fortification


year 2010 Top ^

Nov.25 Boys found alive after 50 days at sea
  Fiji: Samuel Perez and Filo Filo, both 15, and Edward Nasau, 14, rescued by a tuna ship near Fiji. 500 people were held a memorial service for them


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