Q&A: Somali piracy

Q&A: Somali piracy

There are 1 comment on the BBC story from Jan 21, 2011, titled Q&A: Somali piracy. In it, BBC reports that:

Pirates have been operating in the Gulf of Aden, one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, for several years, prompting world powers to send their navies to safeguard international trade.

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Colin

Paris, France

#1 Jan 21, 2011
The answer is simple. The International courts make piracy a crime, punishable by death. A bounty on the head of any pirate say $10000 dead or alive. It will only take a couple of You tube videos of Pirates being hung on the high seas to stamp out the whole business.

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