Afweyne refuses to appear in court on first day.
Trial against alleged Somali pirate kingpin begins
The trial of an alleged Somali pirate kingpin has begun in the Belgian city of Bruges. ...
Allegedly attacked MSC Jasmine.
Pirate acquittal appeal this week
An appeal by the Director of Public Prosecutions regarding the decision of the Intermediate Court to acquit the twelve Somali pirates will be ...
Five suspected pirates go on trial.
First trial starts before the Seychelles dedicated court for piracy and maritime crime cases
By: Rassin Vannier and Sharon Uranie
(Seychelles News Agency) - Following the April opening ...
Remaining Nigerians await trial.
State drops charges against two Ghanaians
The State has dropped charges against two Ghanaians who were arrested suspected to have aided eight Nigerian pirates.
The state has dropped charges ...
MT Mariam pirates await fate.
Ghana AG Delays Trial of Suspected Nigerian Pirates
By Kate DA Costa
Accra — The Inability of the office of the Attorney-General to advise the state has been ...
Suspects held following MT Mariam hijacking.
Nigerian pirates case adjourned
The Adjabeng magistrate court in Accra yesterday once again adjourned hearing of the case involving the 10 pirates suspected to have hijacked M.T. ...
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 ...
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