REFILE - CORRECTING POSITION OF NADINE BAKOUR Nadine Bakour (R), a Lebanese woman who lost her husband and two sons when a boat they were in sank, cries as she speaks on a phone next to her son ... more 
REFILE - CORRECTING POSITION OF NADINE BAKOUR Nadine Bakour (R), a Lebanese woman who lost her husband and two sons when a boat they were in sank, cries as she speaks on a phone next to her son Khalil el Rahi at Agrabinta health clinic located on the outskirts of Sukabumi, Indonesia's West Java province September 28, 2013. The boat carrying migrants to Australia sank off the Indonesian coast on Friday, killing at least 21 people, Indonesian police said, a sign that Australia's tough new immigration rules may not be enough to deter would-be asylum seekers. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) less 
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Sat, Sep 28, 2013 4:14 AM EDT