It's a relief that one more has been released. They weren't sailors, just taking a luxury honeymoon grass hut on a deserted bit of coast south of the Somalia
Some boats came in, probably tipped off, killed her husband when he objected or fought back, and took her away. She'd been held for six months, moving from town to town in Somalia, and getting medical
treatment when needed. She only learnt of her husbands death from her son after her release. She described the news as 'Difficult'.
My thoughts are with her, and her recovery and adjustment to widowhood.
There is a more active anti-piracy stance at the moment, but under international law killing suspected pirates is not allowed, taking them prisoner brings them under international law, and no-one wants to accept them to hold, and then bring to trial.
The UK is already stuck with extremist Islam'ists, and some others, who cannot be deported to their birth countries under EUROPE
law because they may be ill treated there and that infringes their human rights.
It will be interesting, in due course, to hear this ladies view of that ruling.