Hostage made claims in call to newspaper. Malaysian hostage says tortured, starved by Filipino captors KUALA LUMPUR — Abu Sayyaf militants in southern Philippines are
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The Somali Information Ministry in a statement on Sunday disputed the version that its citizens were pirates. Somali protesters urge India to release 119 ‘pirates’
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Hopes new agreement will clamp down on piracy, maritime crime.
Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore agree to strengthen coordination in Malacca Strait
YOGYAKARTA, Sept 26 — Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to strengthen ...
Nigerian forces continue to press militants.
Navy arrests Avengers’ strike force leader in Delta
A suspected serial pipeline vandal and strike force leader of the Niger Delta Avengers has been arrested by ...
Region recently lauded for drop in maritime crime.
Singapore Navy warns of increased piracy threat
The Singapore Navy is warning shipowners in the region need to be super aware of a greater ...
Nigerian Navy looks to plug capability gaps with acquisition.
New Vessel From China to Enhance Nigerian Navy's Response to Security Challenges - Official
Lagos — The Nigerian Navy will intensify its operation ...
After a quiet summer, the robbers are back in business.
Pirates Loot Container Ship off Guinea
Pirates stormed a container ship off the coast of Guinea on Wednesday, making off with money ...
Sea Power Symposium opens in the USA.
Sri Lanka Navy discusses strengthening maritime partnership with US Navy
Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy has held discussions with the United States Navy on improving the ...
Unreported incidents remain an issue; MSR knows of at least one in India in August.
‘No ship robberies in Indian waters in 3 months’
Indian Coast Guard has helped control ship robberies ...
Both Malaysia and Indonesia have agreed that they will not take any risks in launching operations into the Philippines.
Indonesia won’t enter Philippine waters despite green light
The Indonesian government has ...
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