Piracy was never eradicated from Somali waters: Experts

Causes of piracy such as drought, lack of jobs for young people, illegal fishing, remain unaddressed
By Hassan Isilow and Felix Nkambeh Tih
JOHANNESBURG
Experts have told Anadolu Agency that while recent media reports talk about a resurgence of piracy off the coast of Somalia, it had never truly disappeared.
“I would argue that piracy never went away. Despite the clear reduction, many incidents of attempted hijackings have gone unreported,” Ahmed Soliman a researcher on the Horn of Africa at the U.K.-based Chatham House tells Anadolu Agency.
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Source: http://aa.com.tr/

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