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MASTER RAMS PIRATES

ISSUE 217
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Index

This Week's Somaliland News

Headlines

Minister Of Minerals And ‎Water Mysteriously Disappears‎

Rayale Snubbed The Newly Appointed ‎UNDP Representative During Meeting  

Where To Baidoa?‎‎‎‎‎

Professor Ali Mazrui’s Visit‎

The shame of African and UN Diplomacies on the Continent‎‎

Circumstances, Today In Somaliland!‎

Regional Affairs

Somaliland Politicians And Women Activists ‎Address Somaliland Issues In A Seminar In Helsinki

MP Ikran Met With Somaliland Community In DC‎

DJIBOUTI: Arrests Of Independent ‎Trade Union Leaders Continue

Horizon Djibouti Terminal Expands Capacity‎

UAE Red Crescent Sends Foodstuff To Somaliland‎‎‎

Press Release

Ethiopian Political Divide Ensnares The Press

IGAD Regrets Failure To Deploy ‎Peacekeeping Force In Somalia

Ethiopia Does Not Benefit From Camels: Official

A UN Food Aid Ship Comes Under Attack

Editorial
Special Report

International News

No End In Sight To Hunger And Pain

Muslim Wins Discrimination Case ‎Against Western Union‎‎‎‎‎‎‎

Djibouti Politics: US Forces To Remain ‎Through 2007‎‎‎

YEMEN: Government Concerned Over Maritime Piracy

Bush Names Veteran Envoy To Take Over ‎Kenya Office‎

IGAD Member States‎ To Review Security Situation For Somalia‎

ADB Grant To The Private Enterprise Partnership ‎For Africa

MASTER RAMS PIRATES‎

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

BLACK LIKE US

SMUGGLERS' PREY

The Coffee Shop Warriors of Minnesota-Somalia‎‎

NORDEM Report 03/2006‎

Case Study Report

The Ticking Bomb:‎ The Educational Underachievement of Somali Children in the British Schools

Opinions

Forcing Unity Isn’t A Good Idea Somaliland wants to live in peace … again

Look At Who Is Talking – A Traitor!‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎

Wife Through The Looking Glass

Letter To Editor‎‎‎


THE master of a general cargo ship attacked by pirates off Marka, east coast of Somalia, yesterdays rammed the gang’s boat as it tried to come alongside..

According to the latest weekly report from the ICC International maritime bureau the armed raiders chased the cargo ship underway and fired at the vessel leaving bullet holes in the bridge, lifeboat and superstructure. There is no information on what happened to the pirates.

In another serious incident reported by the IMB about fifteen small boats followed a chemical tanker underway last Tuesday, in the Gulf of Aden, and tried to come close. The ship increased speed and the chase was aborted. French maritime forces at Djibouti were notified and an Italian warship was dispatched to the location.

Source: Martime Global Net , Mar 14, 2006


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