MV Sinar Kudus Released by Pirates

Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Photo courtesy EU NAVFOR

On the 1 May, the Bulk Cargo Carrier the MV Sinar Kudus was released from pirate control after 46 days in captivity. The MV Sinar Kudus, which is Indonesian flagged and owned, was on its way to Suez (Egypt) from Singapore when it was attacked on the 16 March 2011. The ship is now sailing to a safe port.

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