Nigerian Navy Arrests 236 Ships in Three Years

Monday, September 24, 2007
The Nigerian Navy has arrested over 236 ships, tugboats, and barges engaged in crude oil theft, illegal bunkering and other vices on the high seas resulting in about 80 per cent reduction in crude oil theft within the last three years. [source: Allafrica.com]
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