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More Twin Cities immigrants seek citizenship
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Iran gets 8 sailors freed from Somali pirates: MP
Eight Iranian sailors have been freed from captivity of pirates in Somalia, an Iranian lawmaker has announced, as efforts continue for the release of the remaining captives.

Ali Yar Mohammadi, an Iranian MP said Monday that the eight sailors were freed as a result of negotiations between Senegals embassy in Somalia and the pirates.

The lawmaker, who was speaking to a media outlet associated with the Iranian state TV, said head of consular officials at Irans Foreign Ministry had confirmed the release of the sailors.

Yar Mohammadi said the sailors were now in the Senegalese embassy in Mogadishu.

This comes six months after the crew members of an Iranian fishing vessel, which fell prey to pirates in May 2016, managed to escape from the chains of the kidnappers.

Reports suggest that 12 other sailors, from a separate Iranian boat, are still in captivity. The pirates have demanded a large ransom for their release.

Piracy used to be a major problem in the Gulf of Aden as Somali pirates frequently attacked ships, seized their cargoes and kidnapped crew members, later demanding ransom for their release.

However, over the past years, the threat has largely been contained after international warships took to the area to protect trade vessels.

In line with international efforts to combat piracy, the Iranian Navy has also been conducting anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden since November 2008 to safeguard the vessels involved in maritime trade, especially the ships and oil tankers owned or leased by Iran.
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More Twin Cities immigrants seek citizenship
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Kenyans abroad are the biggest senders of mobile to mobile remittances
28-03-2017

Time is running out for children as famine, drought and war threaten millions
28-03-2017

HRW: Attack on Somali refugee boat ‘likely war crime’
27-03-2017

President returns home after historic visit to Kenya
27-03-2017

Ethiopian troop withdrawal from Elbur shocks DC
27-03-2017

Somali President meets with Museveni in Kenya
26-03-2017

Explosion kills two people in Kenya’s border town
26-03-2017

IGAD agrees to facilitate voluntary return of Somali refugees
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Kenya, Somalia close ties key to win war on terror, says Uhuru
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