MV Jahan Moni Pirated in Somali Basin

Monday, December 06, 2010
Photo courtesy EU NAVFOR

On 5 December, the MV Jahan Moni was pirated in the Somali Basin, approximately 1300 nautical miles East of Eyl (Somalia), and only 300 nautical miles from the Indian coast. The Bangladesh-flagged bulk carrier has a crew of 26, all of whom are reported to be Bangladeshi. Including the MV Jahan Moni, pirates are currently holding 23 vessels, with 547 hostages.

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