Islamic terrorists set to muscle in on piracy

  • Wednesday 01 December 2010, 10:26

IF THE international shipping community thought the piracy situation off the coast of Somalia could hardly get any worse, the continuing battle for political power the country is set to do just that, writes Jon Guy.At present, piracy gangs are largely made up of fishermen and young...

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