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A Malaysian-registered tanker that disappeared a week ago in a suspected hijacking has been detected in Cambodian waters with a new name and fresh coat of paint, Malaysia's navy chief was quoted saying Thursday.The IMB said pirates were increasingly preying on slow-moving small coastal tankers and that one attack is occurring every two weeks.Its crew includes 16 Malaysians, five Indonesians and one Myanmar national.The IMB said last December that pirates shot dead a crew member on a Vietnamese tanker off the eastern coast of Malaysia, but most attacks end with no reports of casualties.
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