U.S. siblings recovering after Caribbean shipwreck


Two American siblings, Dan and Kate Suski, are recovering on the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia after a weekend fishing trip turned into a harrowing experience.Their charter boat sank Sunday, and the pair endured many hours in the water before reaching a beach, a Saint Lucia police detective said.Four people were on the boat — the two Americans, a captain and one crew member.

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Coast guard: Oil slicks likely from shipwreck

A sunken ship is believed to be the source of small oil slicks that have been recently spotted near a group of islands off northeastern Newfoundland, the Canadian Coast Guard said Tuesday. Spokesman Robert Grant said sonar images and photos taken by a remotely operated submersible vehicle confirm oil is coming from the cracked hull of the Manolis

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