Taiwanese fishing vessel released by Somali pirates
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Taiwanese fishing vessel released by Somali pirates

Mogadishu : Somalia | Jul 17, 2012 at 8:55 PM PDT
Source: Taiwan News
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Taipei, July 18 (CNA) A Taiwanese fishing vessel has been released 18 months after being hijacked by Somali pirates in the India n Ocean, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday. The skipper and 25 crew members are safe and were being escorted to Tanzania by a Chinese military ship on a humanitarian... FULL ARTICLE AT Taiwan News
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Somali pirates are currently holding one Taiwanese fishing vessel off the Gulf of Aden
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