Bureau: Somali piracy threat could be over

More than 100 pirate attacks in the first half of 2015, but on the bright side, the threat of piracy off the coast of Somalia looks like it has slowed down, according to a new report.

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The long-lasting and massive problem of violent pirate attacks by the Horn of Africa off the coast of Somalia looks like it may now be a thing of the past.

The number of reported incidents has been in steady decline for the past year and in the second quarter 2015, the statistics show a big fat zero, according to International Maritime Bureau (IMB) in a new report.

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