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Somali hostages finally freed after 1672 days as hijack incidents drop

Maritime Risk International

Somali hostages finally freed after 1672 days as hijack incidents drop

The 26 remaining hostages of FV Naham 3 have finally been released. The Omani-flagged fishing vessel was hijacked on 26 March 2012 roughly 65 nautical miles south of the Seychelles. Of the original 29-member crew, one died during the hijacking and two more succumbed to illness during their captivity. The remaining 26 crew members came from Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam.

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