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4 foreign merchant robbed in southern Iraq

Post  Admin on Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:25 pm

(coach bags)According to U.S. media reports, the U.S. Navy on August 15, said gunmen in the port city of Basra in southern Iraq, including a robbery near the sea, including four U.S. merchant ships.

(coach handbags)U.S. Fifth Fleet spokesman for the Baku Linhai Jun Fitch explained that at 4 o'clock on the 8 August, two carrying AK-47 rifles, boarded a docked in the northern Persian Gulf, an Iraqi oil port of the United States "Sajiamoer" No. merchant, robbed the ship's computer, mobile phone and cash and other items, and to abandon the ship in about 40 minutes away.

(coach outlet)Fitch said that in the beginning of the day 2:00 for two hours, the other three Fenbie suspension North Korea, Syria and the Antigua flag merchant ships also went were robbed, it is not clear nationality of the attackers for more information.

(coach poppy)Basra is Iraq's second largest city, is the country's largest port city, and not far from Umm Qasr. In 2008, the U.S. crackdown ended there as long as 3 years of political conflict and armed violence, then the security situation in Basra eased. Basra is Iraq's oil city, near the provinces of the region and its oil production accounts for 70% of the country.

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