An Indonesian ferry carrying 800 people which had run aground was dislodged on Thursday and continued on its journey, the military said.
"With hard work, KM Sirimau which had been stuck for two days was released at 12 pm Central Indonesia Time and it is now heading to the nearest port in Lewoleba," the head of the local naval base Dwi Yoga told AFP.
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