Pirates Attack Cruise Ship http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/11/05/national/main1015815.shtml
Somali Terror Sympathizer PM wants Ethiopian troops to stay
NAIROBI, Kenya – The Somali prime minister says he hopes Ethiopia won't withdraw its troops from Somalia unless there is an international peacekeeping force to replace them.
Nur Hassan Hussein says he wants the United Nations and international community to "avoid the vacuum" and send peacekeepers to back the country's shaky transitional government.
Nur Hassan Hussein was speaking Tuesday with The Associated Press.
Ethiopia has said it will pull its troops out next month.
The Ethiopians have been in Somalia since December 2006, and drove out an Islamic administration that seized control of southern Somalia and the capital. But the Islamist insurgency has grown again and now controls all of southern Somalia except for Mogadishu.
Anti-piracy taskforce fails in "route of terror
ATHENS, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Somali pirates have turned the Gulf of Aden into a "route of terror" while an international taskforce is doing little more than directing traffic, according to Greek sailors who thwarted a raid on their vessel there.
Nikos Tzanetakos, deputy captain of the Greek tanker Ellivita which crossed the gulf last month carrying Saudi oil to the United States, told Ta Nea newspaper his crew prevented pirates from boarding by draping the hull in electrified wire more..http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/L2353272.htm
Robbers Of The High Seas http://www.mysinchew.com/node/18727
UN authorises navies to tackle Somali pirateshttp://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/jun/03/unitednations.somalia
Somalia's President Abdullahi Yusuf Interview on Al Arabia Channel Last night,said-al-Shabaab, al Qaida-linked group, is behand - Somali pirates .. his statement Day After Day ..Somali pirates fail to hijack US cruise liner http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/20081202/somali-pirates-fail-to-hijack-us-cruise-liner.htm
Anti-piracy taskforce fails in "route of terror" http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/L2353272.htm
Baqeri reaffirms Iran's resolve to free hijacked ship
Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs said on Tuesday that Islamic Republic of Iran is decisively active to free the Iranian ship hijacked two weeks ago off Somalia.
Visiting the Islamic Republic News Agency, Mohammad-Reza Baqeri said that Foreign Ministry and the Iranian Ports and Shipping Lines are following up the case. more..http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/line-22/0812022123191622.htm
the Iranian hijacked ship carrying Nuclear ?
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