INDONESIA: Pepper pirates picked-up off Philippine
A hijacked Indonesian ship with a cargo of pepper and tin worth 2.2 million dollars has been recovered, after an International Maritime Bureau alert sparked a search in south east Asia. The MV Inabukwa was discovered by
coastguards off the Philippines, where the pirates who had seized the ship, had been trying to sell its cargo.
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