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A new report sheds light on how rising piracy affects not only ships and their cargo but the crews and their families.
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Armed pirates storm oil-service vessel, kidnapping six foreigners and demanding $1.3m ransom for their release.
Whereabouts of a tanker carrying 5,000 tons of fuel and 16 crew members unknown after it was seized in Abidjan port.
Four sailors kidnapped after their vessel was attacked off coast of Bayelsa state, International Maritime Bureau says.
Mohammad Shibin receives 12 life sentences for role as middleman in abduction of four Americans from a yacht in 2011.
Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta claims it killed four officers, raising fears group has remobilised.
Meeting follows industry watchdog's report that attacks in the first three months of 2011 were the highest on record.
All 21 crew members aboard a hijacked ship freed and eight Somali pirates killed in navy operation.
Five men deny hijacking Dutch Antilles-flagged cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden last year.
Five suspected pirates captured west of Seychelles after exchange of fire.
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