Hollywood-style sting nabs alleged pirate kingpin

In this undated handout photo provided by the Belgian government, the Belgian ship Pompei, owned by De Nul, is shown in unidentified waters. One of Somalia's most notorious pirate leaders, Mohamed Abdi Hassan, was arrested in Brussels on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 and placed in custody pending charges, judicial sources said Monday. Hassan is suspected of the 2009 capture of the Belgian ship, the Pompei, which was held for over 70 days. (AP Photo/ Belgian Government)BRUSSELS (AP) — An alleged pirate kingpin has been arrested in a Hollywood-style sting that lured him from Somalia to Belgium to work on a fake documentary about high-seas crime.



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