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Japan and South Korea have agreed to cooperate in protecting fishing boats, in addition to tankers and cargo ships, from pirate attacks off Somalia, government sources have said.

The International Maritime Organization will collect information on pirate activities from countries that dispatch vessels to waters off Somalia to help antipiracy operations and will provide it to fishing boats through radio transmissions or faxes, the agreement says.

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