A maritime official says a ship sunk by the Indian navy last week near Somalia was a Thai fishing trawler, not a pirate boat as originally reported. Noel Choong of the International Maritime Bureau says one Thai crewmember died when the Indian ship fired on the boat in the Gulf of Aden on Nov. 18. He says 14 other crew members remain missing while a Cambodian sailor was rescued four days later by passing fishermen. Choong said Wednesday that the IMB received a report on the apparent mistake late Tuesday from Bangkok-based Sirichai Fisheries, which owned the Ekawat Nava5 vessel.