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Raw: German container ship runs aground

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April 7, 2014
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A German registered container ship ran aground in Hong Kong on Sunday. The Hong Kong Marine Department said the ship ran aground after its main engine broke down and it drifted in the waters off Hong Kong island. (April 7) Video provided by AP


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