KHMER TIMES/SEN DAVID
Four Cambodia fishermen who were held hostage for four years by Somali pirates have each received $3,700 compensation from the owner of the fishing vessel they were working on before they were kidnapped.
Caritas Cambodia, the group that facilitated their release, on Tuesday held a meeting with the victims and handed over the money. The Cambodians, who were rescued last September, are Ngem Soksan, Em Phumphany, Nou Bori and Kim Kemheng from Kampong Chhnang and Kratie provinces.
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Security and Risk Report 24/05/23
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