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Piracy in Somalia may be on the decline, but the social conditions which caused it still haven't changed. Can international efforts to invigorate the country's fishing industry end piracy once and for all?
In this report we bring you the first al-Shabaab interview with a Western news organisation since the UN declared famine in Somalia. They claim there is no crisis, but shocking images tell the real story.
As Somali piracy refuses to go away, why does the international community seem powerless to stop it? Starving and desperate Somali fishermen are starting to suggest that maybe they don't want to.
When pirates first started hijacking ships off the coast of Somalia they were regarded as little more than a nuisance. But with the problem hitting crisis point, one tiny nation has decided to take a stand.
After 20 years of fighting, Somalians may struggle for food and water, but a powerful, mass-consumed narcotic is imported every day. We reveal how 'Khat' has become the primary fuel for war.
Seven months after their captivity by Somali pirates, a UK journalist travels to interview the Chandlers. In this exclusive report, they bravely castigate the pirates holding them, and beg the world for help.
Paul and Rachel Chandler were kidnapped by Somali pirates whilst out sailing in their yacht 32 days ago. We bring you an exclusive with the couple, whilst armed pirates hold them captive.
In April, foreign donors pledged $200m in support of Somalia's so-called government. In this rare glimpse of the war and anarchy that has torn the country's heart out, foreign aid is nowhere to be seen.