Four people killed in pirate attack in Nigeria

A few days ago, pirates attacked a dredger off the Forcados terminal in Nigeria. Four security guards were allegedly killed during the attack, and three crew members were subsequently abducted, according to a report by a security firm.

A soldier patrols near Abidjan in West Africa. The area has been hit by several pirate attacks in recent months. | Photo: Thierry Gouegnon/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Four security personnel have been killed and three crew members abducted in a pirate attack on a dredger off Nigeria, according to a report from security firm Dryad Global.

According to Dryad Global, the dredger was attacked by pirates on Jan. 2 by the mouth of the river Ramos near the Forcados terminal in Nigeria.

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