Incident off Somalia coast renews piracy fears

There is growing concern that shipping companies have become complacent about the risk of piracy.

    There is growing concern that shipping companies have become complacent about the risk of piracy.

    It follows the hijacking of an oil tanker by pirates off the Somali coast earlier this week.

    Al Jazeera spoke to a Taiwanese fisherman who was held captive by Somali pirates for four and a half years.


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