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Still A Present Danger, Crackdown On Somali Piracy Continues

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This week, three Somali men go on trial here in the U.S. for the slaying of four Americans in a pirate hijacking. All Things Considered host Robert Siegel checks in with J. Peter Pham, director of the Atlantic Council's Africa Center, on the status of piracy off the east coast of Africa.
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