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20 Aug 2016
The Nigerian Navy has rescued 13 foreign nationals aboard a merchant ship leaving Nigeria for Cameroun from suspected sea pirates who tried to hijack their ship and abduct them.
17 Jun 2016
According to Isa, troops while on patrol on June 9 along Brass water ways of Bayelsa foiled an attempt by suspected pipeline vandals to destroy Agip's oil pipeline at Okpoma Community.

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