A cargo ship sunk in the Black Sea, killing three crew members aboard, a Turkish naval rescue center reported Saturday.
The ship, called "Magic," was flying under a Comoros flag and sunk Friday night about 3 kilometers south of the Turkish coastal town of Igneada, near the Bulgarian border, the center said.
The remaining seven crew members were rescued by Turkish coast guard boats sent to respond to a distress call, the report said. It did not mention the nationalities of the dead or say why the ship sank.
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