At least 70 people were missing after three fishing boats sank in a powerful typhoon in the South China Sea, Chinese state media said on Monday. | Bangkok Post: news

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70 missing as typhoon sinks boats

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HONG KONG - At least 70 people were missing after three fishing boats sank in a powerful typhoon in the South China Sea, Chinese state media said on Monday. 

More than 70 people were missing after three fishing boats sank in a powerful typhoon in the South China Sea, Chinese state media says

"Three fishing boats have sunk since Sunday afternoon," Xinhua news agency said, quoting maritime authorities.

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