Denmark to compensate pirates
Another country to pay compensation.
Denmark compensates suspected pirates for overly long detention
(Reuters) – Denmark has compensated nine Somalis suspected of trying to hijack a Danish ship in 2013 because they were detained too long before being brought before a judge, the public prosecutor’s office said on Monday.
Each defendant received 19,600 Danish crowns ($3,247) for the 13 days they were detained, a spokesman from the prosecutor in Copenhagen said. Official Somali figures show 43 percent of the population lives on less than one dollar a day.
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