Fastest rescue hijacked ship! MV.Full City on Arabian Sea
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Fastest rescue hijacked ship! MV.Full City on Arabian Sea

Batam : Indonesia | May 06, 2011 at 4:52 AM PDT
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Within hours, the hostage CHINA RELIEVED: Seven suspects from Somali pirates who hijacked Panama-flagged cargo ship bolted so approachable warships. All 24 crew members from China, which had been held hostage by pirates, are safe. The news was disclosed Andrew Mwangura, Maritime editor for Somalia Report, quoted by Xinhua news agency on Thursdaynight. Liberation took place relatively quickly, because the MV Full City was attacked by pirates on Thursday (05/05) afternoon.

Chinese Sea Rescue Center revealed that the ship was hijacked in the Arabian Sea, exactly is 800 km off the coast city of Mumbai,India. Mwangura said that the pirates were forced to leave the hijacked ship so they fail to control it. Soon, they immediately fled at the sight of warships approaching. When the hostage-taking occurred, Indian Warship and Indian Coast Guard ships were on patrol in the Gulf of Aden.

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haryadi_be is based in Batam, Riau Kepulauan, Indonesia, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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