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Studio interview: How do pirates choose their target?

07-01-2010 08:33 BJT

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For more on China's efforts to maintain security on the high seas, we are joined by our current affairs commentator Gao Zhikai.

1. Mr. Gao, the Chinese navy has been successfully and safely escorting ships in the Gulf of Aden since 2008. But, there are attacks on ships every once in a while. So besides increasing the number of troops there, what still needs to be done?

2. Chinese sailors have been hijacked several times in recent years. Do the Somali pirates target specific ships or crew nationalities, or it did it just at random?

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