Damaged Laut Teduh to Anyer beach

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The damaged Indonesian Laut Teduh 2 ferry, which caught fire, is towed to Anyer beach in Indonesia's Banten province January 28, 2011. At least eleven people were killed on Friday after a fire broke out on the ferry, which was heading to Sumatra island, according to a local television reporter. Around 200 passengers were onboard the ferry and about 100 have been rescued by passing vessels. REUTERS

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