Somali pirates say ship freed after $7.7m ransom paid

By Abdiqani Hassani
Updated April 14 2024 - 9:35pm, first published 9:33pm
Somali pirates caused chaos in the waters off the country's long coastline from 2008 to 2018. (AP PHOTO)
Somali pirates caused chaos in the waters off the country's long coastline from 2008 to 2018. (AP PHOTO)

Somali pirates have released a hijacked ship, MV Abdullah, and its crew of 23 after a $US5 million ($A7.7 million) ransom was paid, according to two pirates.

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