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.

By Keith Nuthall, just-food.com correspondent

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