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In this photo released by the South Korean navy via the Yonhap news agency, South Korean naval special forces approach the South Korean cargo ship Samho Jewelry in a military operation in the Arabian Sea on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011. In a daring raid, the special forces stormed the hijacked freighter and rescued all 21 crew members being held by Somali pirates, eight of whom were killed, the South Korean government said. (AP Photo/South Korean navy via Yonhap)
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In this photo released by the South Korean navy via the Yonhap news agency, South Korean naval special forces approach the South Korean cargo ship Samho Jewelry in a military operation in the Arabian Sea on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011. In a daring raid, the special forces stormed the hijacked freighter and rescued all 21 crew members being held by Somali pirates, eight of whom were killed, the South Korean government said. (AP Photo/South Korean navy via Yonhap)

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