Twenty Indians aboard oil tanker kidnapped in Gulf of Guinea

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The Gulf of Guinea has hogged news headlines again as a hotbed of global maritime piracy. The latest incident is the attack on an oil tanker named Duke. 2

Twenty Indian crew members of the tanker were kidnapped, 115 miles southeast of Lomé, capital of Togo, on Sunday, December 15, according to UNION MARITIME, the tanker's owner. The report added that only a Nigerian crew member was spared.

The vessel which was coming from Angola is the largest abduction case since the beginning of the year in…
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guinea, india, indians, kidnapped