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Lithuanian ship robbed in Gulf of Guinea

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Jurgos Andriejauskaitės/15min.lt nuotr. / „Limarko grupė“
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A ship Pluto, owned by Lithuanian shipping company Limarko Laivininkystės Kompanija, was robbed in international waters in the Gulf of Guinea, Africa, on 22 March.

Money and belongings were taken during the incident when thieves got onboard. Total losses are still being calculated. The crew of 16 people were not hurt, and the ship is continuing on its course, according to Mindaugas Petrauksas, a spokesman for Limarko Laivininkystės Kompanija. The robbed ship was more than 100 nautical miles from the coast of Nigeria.

"The ship is operational, it was not damaged, the crew were not hurt," Petrauskas said.

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