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Tuesday, 10 June, 2014

Ghana Hijacking Means No Safe Anchorages

By James M. Bridger

A Greek-owned oil tanker that lost contact with its owner after the evening of June 4 is still missing and presumed hijacked in the pirate-prone Gulf of Guinea.  The MT Fair Artemis was last reported operating some 40 nautical miles SSE off Accra, Ghana and is laden with a cargo of gasoil.  The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) is treating the vessel's disappearance as a possible hijacking, while local naval forces have mobilized in a search.

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