Gulf of Aden, Canadian Warship Deters Pirates

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) reported that a Canadian warship intercepted a suspected pirate skiff in the Gulf of Aden. The skiff was spotted loitering beside the International Recommended Transit Corridor. The skiff had no equipment on board showing that the Somali occupants were either fishermen or legitimate merchants. (1/28/10).

(Source: Bryant’s Maritime News)

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