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Sri Lankan Navy arrested four Indian fishermen for poaching in their territorial waters

All India Radio Monday, 17 July 2017 ()
Sri Lankan Navy has arrested four Indian fishermen for allegedly poaching in their territorial waters about 9 Nm Northwest of Kovilan yesterday.A press release issued today said that a fishing trawler was also seized in the operation.
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