Somali Pirates Seize Singapore Ship

Sunday, October 18, 2009

According to an Oct. 15 report from VOA News, Somali pirates have hijacked a Singapore-owned and flagged container ship in the Indian Ocean. The MV Kota Wajar was seized early Oct. 15 about 550 kilometers north of the Seychelles islands.

(Source: VOA News)

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