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A Danish family captured by Pirates

Copenhagen : Denmark | Mar 01, 2011 at 5:14 PM PST
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Any attempt to rescue a Danish family captured by pirates in the Indian Ocean will result their deaths.

The Danish family refused to listen to the navy in the area and and sailed into pirate infested waters.

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Danish Navy vessel Absalon at sea in 2005
Danish Navy vessel Absalon at sea in 2005
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