Two seamen cast overboard when a Vietnamese cargo ship sank in waters between China and Vietnam were rescued Friday, although 25 others remain missing, the Chinese media reported.
 
According to the Xinhua news agency, a Chinese maritime rescue team found the two men in the South China Sea more than 30 miles from where the vessel sank Thursday in what Vietnamese officials described as gale-force winds.
 
The ship, Phu Tan, was traveling between two Vietnamese ports when it capsized in rough seas about 115 miles off the coast of Hainan Island, China.

 
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