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128 seafarers kidnapped in Gulf of Guinea this year after new incident

Another kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea brings the total number of kidnapped seafarers to 128 in 2020, writes Dryad Global. The latest incident occurred between Wednesday and Thursday and saw ten seafarers kidnapped.

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Yet another ship has been hit by a pirate attack in the Gulf of Guinea. In relation to the attack, ten seafarers have been kidnapped, reports Dryad Global.

The incident occurred between Wednesday and Thursday, when freighter Milan was headed from Escravos to Douala in Cameroon.

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