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Passengers disembark from a ferry carrying Americans and other foreigners which arrived at the harbor in Valletta, Malta, Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. The Maria Dolores ferry left Tripoli's As-shahab port on an eight-hour trip to Valetta. Its passengers, at least 167 U.S. citizens and 118 other foreigners, have been aboard the catamaran since Wednesday in their quest to escape Libya's escalating turmoil, but rough seas prevented the ferry from leaving. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Photo by: Gregorio Borgia
Passengers disembark from a ferry carrying Americans and other foreigners which arrived at the harbor in Valletta, Malta, Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. The Maria Dolores ferry left Tripoli's As-shahab port on an eight-hour trip to Valetta. Its passengers, at least 167 U.S. citizens and 118 other foreigners, have been aboard the catamaran since Wednesday in their quest to escape Libya's escalating turmoil, but rough seas prevented the ferry from leaving. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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