Q&A: Somali piracy

Jan 21, 2011 Full story: BBC

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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#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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