SYDNEY (AFP) - Two people died, including a young child, and two were seriously hurt after an asylum-seeker boat capsized off Australia on Monday, but more than 90 were plucked to safety and taken ashore. The overloaded Indonesian fishing boat was spotted afloat by Australian customs 14 nautical miles north of the Australian territory of Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean. Two customs officials from the Ocean Protector boarded the vessel but it was immediately pounded by two large waves that rolled it and sent people flying into the water, Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said.