Somali pirates on Thursday released Vessel MV Jubba along with 16 crew members, including five Indians off an Island which forms part of Yemen. Shipping Ministry sources said the UAE-based general cargo freighter was released this morning and the 16 crew members are believed to be safe. The Vessel was hijacked by them on July 16. The Vessel belonging to Juba General Trading was on its regular route from the United Arab Emirates to the port of Berbera, Somalia with the crew members including a Sri Lankan, three Bangladeshis, a Sudanese, a Myanmarese, a Kenyan and four Somalians, when it was captured.