Government wants Taiwanese owner of hijacked ship to take responsibility

Kaohsiung, Oct. 25 (CNA) The Fisheries Agency said Tuesday that it will urge the Taiwanese owner of the Naham 3, an Omani-flagged fishing vessel that was hijacked by Somali pirates in March 2012, to take responsibility for the captured crew.
The Naham 3 was hijacked by Somali pirates roughly 65 nautical miles south of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The captain, surnamed Chung, was killed during the hijacking, while two of the original 29-member crew later fell ill and died during captivity.
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Source: focustaiwan.tw

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