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piracy in the middle east

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1 piracy in the middle east on Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:19 pm

piracy has been around for centurys and now many pirates are roamin the middle east capturing many cargos and people and bribing them for lots of money. the un has acted but i feel that they will never stop them unless there is proper security in the seas

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2 Re: piracy in the middle east on Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:04 pm

There should be video tapes there

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3 The delegate of USA on Tue Feb 02, 2010 4:00 pm

The delegate of USA believes that in order to bring justice to these rouge sailors is to create international laws that effects these pirates, as many countries simply do not care when these pirates are captured, thus they escape justice.
As we know that the Hague is city used for international courts for serious crimes, there can be created a similar city, or court, used against these crimes, and the similar.

This will bring the international laws closer and ensure that many of these pirates will be given justice for their crimes.

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4 Re: piracy in the middle east on Sat Feb 06, 2010 2:09 pm

As the Delegate of Pakistan, i also agree with the delegate of the US and the Delegate of India. Although The UN should create a united team, coordinated by the UN and not individual nations to patrol the area, which would be more effective, as there already are some ships from different nations out there patrolling.

The reason the Somalian Pirates started taking hostages, is because they are so desperately poor that they don't have any other solution. Most of the Somalians are fishers but the big industrial fishing boats mass-fish the fish, and sell it for cheap prices, putting the smaller family owned fishing boats out of business. Maybe the UN should consider fighting the cause from the other end, by supplying help, aid and food for the poorest people living there.

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