Dozens of sailors missing after Thai navy ship capsizes during storm | ABC News

Dozens of sailors missing after thai navy ship capsizes during storm | abc news

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More than 30 sailors are missing in the Gulf of Thailand after a Thai navy ship capsized and sank during a powerful storm.

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