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And yet another ship has gone down, possibly with up to three crew members injured. This time it is at a port, however, Bandar Abbas. The vessel had 153 containers on board, but it is not yet clear what caused the ship to capsize and then sink. Maritime Executive has the photos and video here. It appears to be a UAE-owned vessel named SL Star.
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