Tag Archive: anti-piracy-maritime-security
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Dryad issues Q2 report

Q2 report has some positives, but kidnap remains huge issue. Crew kidnapping on the rise in Gulf of Guinea despite good news and de-escalation in other areas in Dryad’s Q2 2016 ...
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ReCAAP reports on kidnappings

Ongoing kidnappings by Abu Sayyaf Group focus of report. ReCAAP ISC Special Report on Abduction of Crew from Ships in Waters Off Eastern Sabah and Southern Philippines THE ReCAAP ISC states that ...
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Nigerian pirates kill three

More violence in Delta. Pirates kill two civilians attending funeral in Bayelsa Simon Utebor, Yenagoa Fresh facts have emerged that the suspected sea pirates who murdered an officer of the Nigeria Security and ...
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NIMASA calls for support

Still no sign of "eradication"… Maritime security: NIMASA chief seeks agencies’ support Posted By: Emeka Ugwanyi The Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has called stakeholders to redouble ...
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Piracy hits new low

IMB reports drop in incidents. Pirate attacks drop to 21-year low in H1 2016: IMB By Marcus Hand The number of piracy attacks dropped to a 21-year low in the first half of ...
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Nigeria’s piracy laws

Nigeria still lacks effective piracy legislation. Stakeholder Wants Legal Framework For Pirates’ Prosecution In a bid to curb the activities of sea pirates and waterways robbers in Nigerian territorial waters, the Federal ...
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Nigeria’s militant problem

Niger Delta issues continue. Why Nigeria's 'Avengers' are crippling the oil sector By Martin Patience, BBC News, Niger Delta The vast wetlands of the Niger Delta region are home to Nigeria's vast oil ...
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Still no word on crew kidnap

No word on ransom demand. Sabah still has no leads on missing 5 Malaysian sailors Sabah authorities said it has no confirmation whether the Filipino militant group Abu Sayyaf was behind the ...
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Armed guards legality questioned

Confusion over legality. Military presence on merchant vessels prohibited: Navy commander Liza Yosephine Navy chief Adm.Ade Supandi has said he is not certain the government’s plan to provide security involving armed military personnel ...
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Asian piracy down, kidnaps up

Crew kidnaps still on the rise in region. Asian Piracy Incidents Drop to Four-Year Low The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has issued ...

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