13 seafarers kidnapped in the Gulf of Guinea

Yet another ship has been attacked in the Gulf of Guinea. Friday, pirates took 13 seafarers hostage when they embarked chemical tanker Curacao Trader.

Archive photo. A school boy watches a merchant vessel in the Gulf of Guinea. The picture depicts neither pirates nor the ship in question. | Photo: Armando Franca/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

13 seafarers have been kidnapped by pirates during a new attack in the Gulf of Guinea.

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