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FV Shahzaib

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Subject: Pakistan–Somalia relations, MV Asian Glory, Piracy in Somalia
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FV Shahzaib

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Name: Shahzaib
Port of registry: Pakistan
General characteristics

FV Shahzaib is a Pakistani fishing vessel, captured by Somali pirates and used as a mother ship in the attack on the MV Asian Glory.[1]

References

  1. ^ Rizvi, Andaleeb (7 January 2010). "Spending 72 days in the clutches of Somali pirates".  
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