Interesting proposal for piracy trial.
Government considering proposal from Somalia for 'plea bargain' for 120 pirates
By Aman Sharma & Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury
NEW DELHI: India is considering a proposal from Somalia for a "plea ...
Pirate receives six-year sentence.
Dutch court convicts pirate
The Court of The Hague has a Somali man was sentenced to six years in prison. The court considered it proven that he - ...
18 witnesses still to be deposed.
Pirates trial: Foreign witnesses to depose via video-conferencing
The state government has agreed to provide Rs 31 lakh for the purpose.
Almost after a year's hiatus, the ...
Prosecutions having an effect?
Inside the British battle to wipe out the scourge of Somali pirates
By DUNCAN GARDHAM
Sailors navigating the coast of East Africa no longer have to fear an ordeal like ...
Accused of attacking tuna ship.
Six Somali pirates jailed in Spain
A Spanish court on Wednesday convicted six Somalis for piracy and sentenced them each to 16 and a half years in ...
Despite compensation pay out, prosecution ongoing.
Suspected Torm pirates prosecuted
Denmark gave prosecuting nine Somali pirates who were accused of trying to hijack Torm Kansas. But right now the nine pirates are ...
Convictions thrown out on appeal.
Seychelles court of appeal acquits 3 suspected Somali pirates convicted of piracy
By: Sharon Uranie
The Seychelles Court of Appeal has acquitted and ordered the repatriation of 3 Somali pirates back to their homeland. ...
Compensation payments to pirates cause furore.
The moral high ground
By Michael Grey from London
Pirates around the world will be greatly heartened by the award for “moral damages” made by the European ...
Payments caused uproar, but the reasoning is simple.
Why Somali pirates got damages from Strasbourg
BY DAVID HART QC
Ali Samatar and others v. France, 4 December 2014, ECtHR, Fifth Section,read judgment
There is a good ...
Release is a blow to anti-piracy efforts.
Mauritius frees suspected Somali pirates
Antananarivo - Twelve Somali men tried for piracy were acquitted Thursday in Mauritius for lack of evidence, court officials said.
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