Families plead for Somali pirates to release oil tanker crew

The recent hijacking of an oil tanker has surprised the international shipping community, as many Somali pirates had quit and turned to fishing as anti-piracy patrols increased, but local officials have warned that rampant fishing by foreign trawlers is destroying the fishermen's livelihoods and stoking fears of a return of piracy as a way to make money
The recent hijacking of an oil tanker has surprised the international shipping community, as many Somali pirates had quit and turned to fishing as anti-piracy patrols increased, but local officials have warned that rampant fishing by foreign trawlers is destroying the fishermen's livelihoods and stoking fears of a return of piracy as a way to make money

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