10 Indonesians drown in Malaysia boat
KUALA LUMPUR (AP) - Malaysian authorities have recovered the bodies of 10 Indonesian migrants who drowned when their boat capsized off Malaysia's southern coast.
A marine police official says the boat was believed to be heading to Indonesia's Batam island when it sank in rough weather.
The official says the bodies of five men and five women - including a pregnant women - were discovered on Tuesday when they were washed ashore southern Johor state.
The official, who declined to be named as he isn't authorized to make statements, says the boat was believed to have capsized Monday, as the bodies were not badly decomposed. He says there could be more victims as baby diapers and clothes were found at the beach.