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Somali Pirates Release 4 Thai Fishermen After Nearly 5 Years

Four Thai fishermen held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly five years have been released. The United Nations envoy to Somalia, Nicholas Kay, confirmed and welcomed the hostages' release on Friday. They were held longer than anyone taken hostage by Somali pirates, having been captured in April of 2010. The U.N. says Somali pirates are still holding another 26 hostages, all from the FV Naham 3, an Oman-flagged ship hijacked in the Indian Ocean in March 2012. According to the...

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