Twenty crew members have been unharmed on a Turkish ship hijacked off Somalia coast, the lawyer of the company that owns the ship quoted Saturday the captain as saying. (UPDATED)
Armed Somali pirates captured Wednesday the "M/V Yasa Neslihan" freighter with 20 sailors in the Gulf of Aden, as
The lawyer of Yasa Shipping Company, which owns the hijacked Turkish ship, said the captain of the ship phoned the company and informed them that the crew was in good condition.
"The captain of the ship called us and said their ship anchored. He said the pirates treated them well and the crew was in good health condition," Fehmi Ulgener said at a press conference.
Security forces are trying to work out a solid plan to rescue hostages alive, news agencies reported.
NATO one week ago sent three ships to the
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