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The Australian Maritime and Safety Authority has abandoned a search for more than 55 asylum seekers who drowned after their vessel sank off the coast of Christmas Island. The search, which began late Wednesday, was called off last night after medical advice that no one could have survived in the ocean for that long. Source: abc.net.au

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