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Youngsters who allegedly hijacked the ‘El Hiblu 1’ make bail

Three youngsters, two of them minors aged 15 and 16, and another 19 year old, were granted bail after almost eight months in custody. They were accused of terrorist activity after allegedly being involved in the hijacking of the tanker El Hiblu 1.

Their bail bond was paid by the German foundation Civil Sea Rescue. The tanker El Hiblu 1 was escorted into Malta by the Armed Forces of Malta on the 28th of March after the vessel had allegedly been abducted by a group of immigrants who were saved by the crew of the same vessel while sailing outside Libya.

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