Two die after fighter jet bombs Greek tanker in Libya

LONDON (MarketWatch) — Two crewmen have died after a Greek-owned oil tanker was bombed by an unidentified military fighter jet while anchored in Libya, media reports said Monday. The Liberian-flagged Araevo came under attack at the port of Derna late on Sunday, reports said, citing Greek maritime authorities. There were 26 crew on board, including 21 Filipinos, three Greeks and two Romanians. Two were killed and two injured, with one of the dead a 29-year-old from Greece, reports said.


Categories: Africa, Libya

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