The Foreign Office has said British nationals may have been involved in the sinking of a boat in Indonesia.
One British tourist has been rescued and 15 other people remain missing following the incident between Lombok and the Komodo Islands.
"We are aware of an incident in Bima, Indonesia, earlier this morning and that British Nationals may have been involved," a Foreign Office spokeswoman said.
"We are in touch with the local authorities and stand ready to offer consular assistance."
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