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As pirates head out to sea to evade naval patrols, experts say the answer lies on land.
Andrew Wander
Vessel seized off Madagascar coast as attacks intensify with the end of monsoon season.
Government charges 14 with planning "terrorist attacks" amid crackdown in Aceh.
A Libyan-owned cargo ship that is registered in North Korea seized with all 17 crew.
Pirates seize three vessels after capturing Saudi supertanker carrying $100m of oil.
A chemical tanker with a 20-strong crew and a WFP-chartered ship fall into pirates' hands.
Three ships are hijacked from the same area in an unprecedented series of attacks.

Armed pirates have hijacked a merchant ship off the coast of

Automatic weapons may have replaced the cutlass and musket, and powerful speedboats rendered the sail and paddle obsolete, but marine piracy is booming business in Indonesia.
Paul Dillon in Jakarta, Indonesia
Violent piracy on the high seas has soared and more ships are being hijacked to kidnap the crew for ransom, an ocean crime watchdog has said.
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