Gunmen Attack Shipbuilding Facility

Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Gunmen riding in two boats attacked a waterside shipbuilding company Tuesday in Nigeria's southern oil region, injuring one person, according to an AP report. The gang escaped with spare parts as the military moved in to restore order, the report claimed. The attack in the Borokiri area of the southern oil center of Port Harcourt happened shortly after midnight, she said.

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