By ELIZABETH A. KENNEDY and KATHARINE HOURELD, Associated Press Writers Elizabeth A. Kennedy And Katharine Houreld, Associated Press Writers – Thu Apr 16, 11:20 am ET
MOMBASA, Kenya – Somalia's prime minister says his government has identified many pirate leaders and would be willing to share that information with other countries, including the United States, to get the resources needed to go after them.
Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, speaking Thursday to The Associated Press in an exclusive interview, said the pirates have become so wealthy and powerful that they threaten his government.
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