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Russian workers are released by Nigerian militants
28.07.2008 18:03
Russian workers are released by Nigerian militants

Four Russian workers, crew members of the Swedish vessel Hercules and a gas tanker Berger Sisar, kidnapped by the Nigerian militants last week, are released.
      
      The Russian embassy in Lagos claims that all the hostages feel good now. But the release conditions are not reported.
      
       The Hercules was seized last Thursday but the Russian authorities got the information only Friday evening. Berger Sisar was seized early morning on Saturday. There were two Russians in the Hercules crew of twelve people. Seven workers including onw Russian were freed in few hours after kidnapping. The rest people were released on Sunday.
      
      The Hercules crew was working for the Italian company Sapiem SpA, the subsidiary of ENI SpA.
      
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