The Hellenic Coast Guard seizes the Tanzanian-flagged cargo ship "Andromeda" allegedly bound for Libya, loaded with 410 tonnes of explosives, in Heraklion, Greece. 102 safety deficiencies are found and 8 crew members are arrested.
The Hellenic Coast Guard has seized the cargo ship Andromeda after finding 29 containers of ammonium...
The Hellenic Coast Guard seizes the Tanzanian-flagged cargo ship "Andromeda" bound for Libya, loaded with 410 tonnes of explosives, and arrests the 8 crew members in Heraklion, Greece. The European Union bans the supply of arms and ammunitions to Libya. 2018-01-11 10:30:05 (First version)
The Hellenic Coast Guard seizes the Tanzanian-flagged cargo ship "Andromeda" a l l e g e d l y bound for Libya, loaded with 410 tonnes of explosives, in Heraklion, Greece. 1 0 2 sa f e t y d e fi c i en c ies ar e f o und a n d 8 c r e w m em b e rs a r e a r r e s t e d. (Current version)
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