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Denmark sends out aircraft in anti-piracy effort

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The Danish government will issue Challenger aircraft to monitor the Indian Ocean and provide security for vessel traffic in the region, where piracy has sparked up again over the past few months. The aircraft will help to "hinder terror financing and organized crime," says Danish foreign affairs minister Anders Samuelsen.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 05.05.17 at 15:36

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