Somali pirates holding five Kenyans, 39 seafarers for ransom, UN chief says

By KEVIN J. KELLEY

Pirate gangs in Somalia are believed to be holding five Kenyans for ransom, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a report issued on Monday.
The brief reference to the Kenyan captives is included in an 18-page update on Somali piracy presented to the UN Security Council. Mr Ban does not, however, name the Kenyan hostages, nor does he explain the circumstances of their abduction.
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Source: nation.co.ke

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