Comments:Somali piracy: Kenyan navy kills three, Chinese ship hijacked, British couple freed

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somali piracy004:16, 17 November 2010
What a relief017:15, 15 November 2010

somali piracy

when will the western world get real and do something to enable them to act on piracy several hundred people are confined bilions of dollars worth of shipping held and myself [10 miles north of mombasa] a prisoner unable to sail my own boat out of the creak where i live letalone sail to dar-es-salam for a yacht race

 HIJACKING IS SO EASY IT CAN ONLY GET WORSE (talk)04:16, 17 November 2010

What a relief

Well, I'm glad that incident is now over. I'm even more glad that there was a happy ending. Expect to see a Channel 4 documentary about this soon, no doubt.

Rayboy8 (my talk) (my contributions)17:15, 15 November 2010