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The nation is mourning the tragic loss of several members of former President Choummaly Sayasone’s family when a pleasure boat capsized on Sunday (April 4), resulting in the death of the former president’s wife and son, according to an official statement.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (April 5)
Eight confirmed dead in capsized yacht tragedy carrying former Lao president Choummaly Sayasone in lake near Laos capital Vientiane
A yacht capsized in Nam Ngum Lake near the Lao capital Vientiane Sunday morning, causing eight deaths, the state-run Lao News Agency (KPL) reported.
Rescue teams resumed a search Monday for 15 people still missing after a fishing boat collided with a cargo ship in the waters off Indonesia's Java Island, an official said.
A Chinese fishing boat capsized and sank early Sunday off the coast of the eastern Zhejiang province, killing at least 12 people and leaving four missing, according to state media reports.
Laos boat tragedy: Four bodies recovered; former president Choummaly has been rescued after yacht mishap in lake near Vientiane
A yacht capsized in Nam Ngum Lake near the Lao capital Vientiane Sunday morning, with four bodies having been recovered, according to sources.
A yacht capsized on Sunday morning in Nam Ngum Lake near Lao capital Vientiane, with casualties feared including former Lao president Choummaly Sayasone (pic), witnesses told Xinhua.
Divers were scouring the waters of the Java Sea on Sunday for 17 fishermen reported missing after their boat capsized following a crash involving a bulk carrier, a spokesman for Indonesia's search and rescue agency said.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Divers were scouring the waters of the Java Sea on Sunday for 17 fishermen reported missing after their boat capsized following a crash involving a bulk carrier, a spokesman for Indonesia's search and rescue agency said.
CAIRO (Bloomberg): Of all the millions of tonnes of cargo that’s piled up in the Suez Canal, none is more delicate than the animals crammed into the hulls of several of the ships.