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More than 50 people die after boat capsizes in Central African Republic, says official

  • At least 20 individuals drowned in Central African Republic when a ferry sank while carrying passengers on the Mpoko River in Bangui to a funeral.
  • The overloaded ferry, with over 300 people aboard, capsized during the journey, resulting in the death of 58 passengers.
  • The vessel was en route to a village chief's funeral and encountered trouble shortly after departure, with rescue services arriving 40 minutes after the incident.
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