December 28, 2013

Somali Piracy Was Reduced to Zero This Year

David Yanofsky, Quartz

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Not a single vessel was hijacked this year off the Horn of Africa, where piracy waged by Somalis was once rampant, according to the US Office of Naval Intelligence.

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TAGGED: Horn Of Africa, Piracy, Pirates, Africa, Somalia

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