Media reports that MT Hai Soon 6 hijacked by pirates in Ghanaian waters.
Tanker hijacked off Ghana coast
According to media reports, the Kiribati-flagged tanker, MT Hai Soon 6 (IMO 9062697, owned ...
Operations against pirates and oil thieves continue in Niger Delta.
Navy Arrests 2 Vessels, 25 Persons for Oil Theft
Twenty five persons and two ocean going vessels involved in illegal bunkering ...
Decrease in successful attacks ignores root causes which remain.
Is It Really the End of Piracy off the Coast of Somalia?
Posted by: Abbas Daher Djama
The recent drop of successful acts of piracy ...
Infamous pirate leader reportedly receives 20-year sentence.
Former Somali pirate Chief 'Afweyne' given 20-year sentence
A former Somali Pirate chief Mohamed Abdi Hassan, aka 'Afweyne' or 'Big Mouth', has been charged with ...
Iranian Navy claims of pirate battles remain unsubstantiated by independent sources.
Iranian Warships Repel Pirates' Repeated Attacks on 5 Trade Vessels
Iranian warships have rescued five trade vessels in the Gulf of ...
Violent attack on tanker in South East Asia sees crewman shot in neck.
Indonesian crew shot in pirate attack off Pengerang
An Indonesian sailor was shot in the neck during a pirate ...
Recent spate of hijackings causing concern in shipping industry.
The need for swift action on Southeast Asian pirate hijackings
By Marcus Hand from Singapore
Sometimes the global fight against piracy is bit reminiscent ...
Pirates may seem like a remote threat, but they affect security in myriad ways.
Why fighting pirates in African waters is crucial to our security
AUTHOR: Christian Bueger
When we sip our morning ...
Reporting agency issues special report on hijackings for fuel cargo theft.
ReCAAP Special Report on Incidents of Siphoning of Fuel/Oil at Sea in Asia
THE TREND of incidents involving siphoning of fuel/oil ...
Impersonation of Navy personnel a problem in Nigeria.
Navy Arrests 6 For Impersonation In Lagos
The Nigerian Navy ship, NNS Wey, Navy Town, Lagos, has arrested six persons for masquerading as naval personnel, with ...
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