In this Sunday, March 27, 2011 photo, A member of the Somaliland coast guard ties up a pirate's boat, at the headquarters in the port city of Berbera, Somaliland. The international community is ... more 
In this Sunday, March 27, 2011 photo, A member of the Somaliland coast guard ties up a pirate's boat, at the headquarters in the port city of Berbera, Somaliland. The international community is spending millions of dollars a day maintaining a fleet of warships to protect key shipping lanes off East Africa by fighting back against increasingly brutal pirate attacks. That coast guard has caught 84 pirates since 2007. But its top official, Adm. Ahmed Aw Osman, says the group badly needs more boats. A recent visit by an Associated Press reporter to a Somaliland coast guard station in northern Somalia found three boat engines disemboweled on the floor, and radios donated by Britain sit unused in boxes. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Katharine Houreld
Mon, Apr 4, 2011 12:43 PM EDT