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July 09, 2009 
Heba, daughter of Adel Abd el-aty, one of the 38 fishermen kidnapped by Somali pirates, looks on as her... 
KAFR EL-SHEIKH, Egypt 
Heba, daughter of Adel Abd el-aty, one of the 38 fishermen kidnapped by Somali pirates, looks on as her... 
Heba, daughter of Adel Abd el-aty, one of the 38 fishermen kidnapped by Somali pirates, looks on as her mother (not pictured) speaks to Reuters TV in Borg El-Burullus village in Kafr el-Sheikh, 350 km (217 miles) north of Cairo July 9, 2009. Somali pirates in June threatened to slaughter the fishermen and burn their bodies if the Egyptian government did not pay a five-million-dollar ransom. Almost a month later, families of the hostages are claiming that the Egyptian government has done nothing to secure the release of the hostages, according to local media. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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