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The bulk-carrier Arctic Sea has disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean
13.08.2009 17:20
 The bulk-carrier Arctic Sea has disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean

The bulk-carrier Arctic Sea with wood disappeared with the crew going through Gibraltar to Algeria. Noone of the crew members managed to get connected with anyone by mobile phones and no other ships heared the distress call.
      The Naval forces and Federal Security Service of Russia continue the search. 13 Russian sailors were on board. There is a version that the carrier was plundered by the pirates. But analysts say that there are no pirates in the region. Anyway the larger ship could not sank without SOS call. On 24 of July some men already attacked the carrier. They came up to the ship by boat in the Baltic Sea, tied all the team and ransacked the ship. These people were not found.


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