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Chronology Indonesian hostage in Philippines by Abu Sayyaf

Rabu 30 Mar 2016 22:21 WIB

Rep: Aldian Wahyu Ramadhan/ Red: Julkifli Marbun

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Police chief Badrodin Haiti uncovered the chronology of robbery and hostage-taking carried out radical groups from the Philippines, Abu Sayyaf, against 10 Indonesians.

He explained 10 Indonesians are sailing with two boats of Putting River in South Kalimantan to the Philippines. Ships carrying the citizen carrying coal weighing 7.000 tonnes. Boats run slower because of heavy load.

"If you bring a barge with a cargo of 7.000 tons matrix that's slow, at least four knots. So if being chased by a speedboat or fishing vessels could also can be," Badrodin said on Tuesday.

According to him, the coal carrier ships usually have to sail for 20 days up to a month to arrive in the Philippines. On the way to the Philippines that the robbery occurred.

"Well the information that they were intercepted when going straight, intercepted from the right," he said.

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