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Robbers board yacht at anchor

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A 36m motoryacht was boarded by men armed with knives while it was anchored off Papua New Guinea in early October, according to news reports. The robbers made off with diving equipment and food. No one was injured and escaped in another boat. The yacht was anchored off Kranget Island, near Madang.

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