Hostages released from Norwegian ship

A group of crew members from a Norwegian ship have been released after 35 days. They were abducted off the coast of Benin.

Photo: PR/J.J. Ugland

Nine crew members from Norwegian vessel MV Bonita have been released, writes Danish broadcaster TV 2 citing Norwegian media NRK and ABC Nyheter.

The hostages, all from the Philippines, have been detained for 35 days. They were captured off the coast of Benin in western Africa.

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