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写真 | 2009年 04月 14日 01:00 JST

Pirate rescue

<p>Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips, (R), stands alongside Cmdr. Frank Castellano, the commanding officer of USS Bainbridge, after being rescued by U.S Naval Forces off the coast of Somalia, April 12, 2009. 



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Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips, (R), stands alongside Cmdr. Frank Castellano, the commanding officmore

Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips, (R), stands alongside Cmdr. Frank Castellano, the commanding officer of USS Bainbridge, after being rescued by U.S Naval Forces off the coast of Somalia, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Official U.S. Navy photo/Handout

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<p>The lifeboat that Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips was held hostage in is seen in this U.S. Navy photograph taken by the Scan Eagle UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) taken April 9, 2009. 



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The lifeboat that Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips was held hostage in is seen in this U.S. Navy phomore

The lifeboat that Maersk-Alabama captain Richard Phillips was held hostage in is seen in this U.S. Navy photograph taken by the Scan Eagle UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) taken April 9, 2009. REUTERS/Official U.S. Navy photo/Handout

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<p>The U.S.-flagged Maersk Alabama container ship is seen docked at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa,  April 12, 2009. 



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The U.S.-flagged Maersk Alabama container ship is seen docked at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, Amore

The U.S.-flagged Maersk Alabama container ship is seen docked at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>A member of the Maersk Alabama crew speaks to the media after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009.


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A member of the Maersk Alabama crew speaks to the media after hearing news that their captain is free, at tmore

A member of the Maersk Alabama crew speaks to the media after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>FBI officials talk after closing their investigation of the American container ship Maersk Alabama at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009. 


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FBI officials talk after closing their investigation of the American container ship Maersk Alabama at the Kmore

FBI officials talk after closing their investigation of the American container ship Maersk Alabama at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Maersk Alabama Captain Richard Phillips is seen at his home in Underhill, Vermont in an undated photo provided by his family. 


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Maersk Alabama Captain Richard Phillips is seen at his home in Underhill, Vermont in an undated photo provimore

Maersk Alabama Captain Richard Phillips is seen at his home in Underhill, Vermont in an undated photo provided by his family. REUTERS/File photo provided by Phillips Family/Handout

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<p>A television crew film the Maersk Alabama docking at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009.  



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A television crew film the Maersk Alabama docking at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009. REUTERS/Antomore

A television crew film the Maersk Alabama docking at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Members of Maersk Alabama after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. 



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Members of Maersk Alabama after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of more

Members of Maersk Alabama after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Members of the U.S.-flagged container ship Maersk Alabama chat on the deck of their ship at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009. 



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Members of the U.S.-flagged container ship Maersk Alabama chat on the deck of their ship at the Kenyan coasmore

Members of the U.S.-flagged container ship Maersk Alabama chat on the deck of their ship at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Crew members stand on the deck of the Maersk Alabama upon arrival at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009.


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Crew members stand on the deck of the Maersk Alabama upon arrival at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009. more

Crew members stand on the deck of the Maersk Alabama upon arrival at the port of Mombasa, April 11, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Members of Maersk Alabama celebrate after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. 



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Members of Maersk Alabama celebrate after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal semore

Members of Maersk Alabama celebrate after hearing news that their captain is free, at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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<p>Crew members of the American container ship Maersk Alabama speak to the media at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009.  


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Crew members of the American container ship Maersk Alabama speak to the media at the Kenyan coastal sea pormore

Crew members of the American container ship Maersk Alabama speak to the media at the Kenyan coastal sea port of Mombasa, April 13, 2009. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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