11 May 2009 15:38 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Somali pirates have freed the chemical tanker MT Nipayia, its Greek owners said on Monday.
It was unclear whether any ransom was paid to secure the vessel’s release.
According to one broker, the tanker was carrying a lubes cargo with a probable destination in the ?xml:namespace>
Pirates hijacked the ship off the east coast of
This prompted an increase in calls for a second security corridor to be established, which would be aimed at protecting ships heading to ports such as
The second security corridor would be in addition to the one already set up in the
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