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Zahra (6), Fatima (7) and Eman (9) - the daughters of Sondos Ismail and Ahmed Alzalimi -  three of the 146 children who lost their lives when the vessel that has become known as SIEVX foundered in international waters en route to Christmas Island on 19 October 2001.
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One Picture's Worth 1000 Words

by Marg Hutton
20 August 2002

Rescue position of SIEVX survivors from Dateline's coordinates

We plotted on an RAAF aerial surveillance map the rescue position of the SIEVX survivors (as obtained by Dateline from the harbour master at Sunda Kelapa Port in Jakarta). It vividly demonstrates that SIEVX sank within the Operation Relex surveillance zone.

The Select Committee will not be tabling its report into the CMI Inquiry this week. When the new date is available we will publish it here.

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