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09.06.2011

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Terrorism claims a misunderstanding says security company MP3

A British security company has appealed to the Eritrean government to release four of its men who've been accused of terrorism. Protection Vessels International which provides security for shipping in the region has had four contractors in custody in Eritrea since December. Source: abc.net.au

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