No survivors in Indonesia
IslamNews – International search teams have found debris from a navy submarine carrying 53 people that sank near Bali last week. Indonesian military officials said that were no survivors.
Indonesian officials confirmed that the submarine, which had been engaged in torpedo drills, had broken into three pieces at 838 meters deep. The 44-year-old ship was built to withstand the pressure of depths up to only 500 meters and could accommodate 34 crew members.
An Indonesian military and intelligence analyst said the ship was “forced” to redeploy after an unsuccessful first torpedo drill, raising questions about whether the submarine had enough time for maintenance.