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Topic - Abdullahi Mohamed
A Danish family captured by pirates in the Indian Ocean will suffer the same fate as four American sailors slain last week if any rescue is attempt is made, a Somali pirate said Tuesday.
dens of Eyl and Gara'ad in anticipation of the Quest's reaching land Monday, he said.
Mr. Mohamed said pirates are discussing how much ransom to demand for the Danish hostages, but pirates and investors backing this particular gang are angling for a large sum.