Eight suspected tanker hijackers caught in Vietnam


  • Nation
  • Friday, 19 Jun 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Hours after the pirates fled on a rescue boat from hijacked oil tanker MT Orkim Harmony, Vietnam said eight Indonesians were detained in its waters near Th? Chu Island.

Navy chief Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar confirmed the report from Vietnam of the arrest of the eight but said his men were confirming if they were the hijackers of the Malaysian tanker.

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