Japanese cargo ship attacked in Sulu Sea

TAWI-TAWI – Suspected Abu Sayyaf rebels or pirates had attacked a Japanese cargo ship in the Sulu Sea near Tawi-Tawi province in southern Philippines, reports said on Tuesday.
The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia or ReCAAP reported that the bulk carrier Kumiai Shagang thwarted the November 20 attack and continued its voyage from Port Hedland in Australia to Qingdao in China.
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Source: mindanaoexaminer.com

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