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http://edition.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/africa/03/18/pirates.somalia/index.html
Saturday, March 18, 2006 Posted: 1940 GMT (0340 HKT)

(CNN) --
Two U.S. Navy ships skirmished with a group of suspected pirates off the coast of Somalia Saturday,
killing one and wounding five, the Navy said.No U.S. soldiers were injured.
At the time, the USS Cape St. George, a guided missile cruiser, and the USS Gonzalez,
a guided missile destroyer, were conducting maritime security operations in the Indian
Ocean, the Navy said.
It was during a "routine boarding" of the suspected pirates' vessel that the naval boarding team
noticed the men were armed with what appeared to be rocket-propelled grenade launchers, said
the Navy."The suspected pirates then opened fire on the Navy ships," a press release
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This file photo shows the USS Cape St. George, a guided missile cruiser with a crew of about 400.
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