Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 14:59
7. INTERNET: Search the Internet and find out more about the Somali pirates. Share what you discover with your partner(s) in the next lesson.
General Thomas Waldhauser, the head of the . military command in Africa (AFRICOM), said at a recent news briefing that a devastating drought and potential famine in Somalia was contributing to the spike in attacks. “Some of the vessels that have been taken under hijacking have had some food and some oil on them,” Waldhauser said.
Just wait until the Great Pumpkin sees how effective these tactics are and introduces the same on the Great Pumpkin Wall of the USA.
Gimmee a break! The poor Somali's, we made them do it. What's next? The Japanese off Fukishima are going to murder passing vessels' crews.
Previously, when Somali pirates have captured supertankers, naval forces patrolling the Gulf of Aden have only moved close to where the vessels have been anchored to monitor them until they are released.
.Surprisingly, the UN has disregarded its own findings, and has ignored Somali and international appeals to act on the continued ravaging of the Somali marine resources and dumping of toxic wastes. Violations have also been largely ignored by the region’s maritime authorities.
Mohamed Farah, convicted in the 7565 attack on the Navy’s Ashland vessel, was sentenced by a federal court in Virginia to life in prison plus 65 years.