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- v. Present participle of seajack.
- n. The act by which a vessel is seajacked.
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On June 2, Ahmed told the crew that the pirates had decided to kill them and harvest their organs to get some money out of the seajacking.
The special forces had been aboard the Russian anti-submarine destroyer Marshal Shaposhnikov, which rushed to the scene after Wednesday's seajacking.
Shaposhnikov, which rushed to the scene after Wednesday's seajacking.
MOGADISHU - A mobile tribunal, a system of fines and a code of conduct: the success of Somali pirates 'seajacking business relies on a structure that makes them one of the country's best-organised armed forces.
The biggest of the hijackings, too, has been over the weekend with the taking over of the Sirius Star, a Saudi super-tanker, that followed the seajacking of a Ukrainian carrier ferrying 33 battle tanks.