38 Indians, who were stranded in Yemen’s Socotra island after cyclone Mekenu, rescued by Indian Navy on Sunday. As many as 38 Indians were stranded in and around Socotra island in Yemen after a cyclone hit the area. The Navy had deployed its ship INS Sunayna as part of the ‘Operation Nistar’ to evacuate the Indians. Socotra island is located close to the horn of Africa between the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea.
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