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Evolving SE Asia piracy

Risk Intelligence examines the current situation in Southeast Asia. Hijack for Profit: The Evolving South East Asia Piracy Model By Karsten von Hoesslin, Manager of

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Bodies of 95 migrants wash ashore in Lib

Mediterranean death toll now over 2,600. Bodies of 95 migrants wash ashore in Libya BENGHAZI, Libya — The bodies of at least 95 migrants have

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Nigerian Navy Destroys 6 Illegal Refiner

No arrests mentioned in reports. Nigerian Navy Destroys 6 Illegal Refineries Operated By Oil Thieves In S’South Bayelsa The Central Naval Command in Yenagoa has

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Puntland abducts four Iranian fishing ve

Accusations made in Somaliland media. Puntland abducts four Iranian fishing vessels in Las Qoray LAS QORAY– Puntland Marine forces have launched a surprise raid  today

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Fierce battles rage on Yemen’s coa

Crucial route for shipping to the West. Fierce battles rage on Yemen’s coast near strategic entrance to Red Sea strait By AHMED AL-HAJ, Associated Press

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USS Simpson decommissioned

Sank Iranian Navy vessel in 1988. Navy retires its last modern ship to sink an enemy vessel Andrew Pantazi JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Navy has

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US joins SE Asia piracy drills

Drills will take place in Malacca and Singapore Straits. Navy joins multinational piracy exercise in Southeast Asia By Erik Slavin YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan —

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Coalition secures Red Sea strait

Residents on the Yemeni side of Bab al-Mandab reported air strikes and shelling by warships. Yemeni government, Saudi-led forces retake Red Sea strait BY NOAH

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Japan, Vietnam Improve Security Cooperation

Japan wants to build submarines in Austr

Offer to train engineers to maintain vessels. Japan seeking to build submarines in Australian shipyards By Ryan Maass WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UPI) — Japan’s Ministry

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Why Indian Navy needs fewer INS Kochis

It needs larger numbers of patrol vessels and light frigates, not expensive destroyers. Why Indian Navy needs fewer INS Kochis SANDEEP UNNITHAN The guided missile

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IS Militants Attack Libyan Port

Two governments still vying for control of country. Islamic State Militants Attack Libyan Port By Reuters Islamic State militants attacked forces guarding one of Libya’s

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Nigerian military seizes vessels

Eight suspected oil thieves onboard the vessel have also been detained. Nigerian military seizes vessels involved in oil theft Nigeria’s special military unit in the

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NIMASA, Nigerian Navy Restates Commitmen

Agency and military promise to do their jobs… NIMASA, Nigerian Navy Restates Commitment To Maritime Security By: Funmi Coker The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety

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Nigerian Pirates

Tompolo’s Security Contract Intact

It was believed the ex-militant’s contract had been cancelled. Tompolo’s Pipeline Security Contract Still Intact – Nimasa DG The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency

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Hybrid drives for US destroyers

New engines set to save fuel. Navy Set ...

US says China’s Jin-class sub ready

JL-2 missile could hit all 50 U.S. ...
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UK to consider maritime patrol programme

Strategic Defence and Security Review to be ...
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