ISPS woes continue for country's ports.
Nigeria: ISPS Code Compliance - 58 Port Facilities Risk Losing Patronage
With only 22 ports facilities already compliant with the International Ship and Port Facility Security ...
Concern over 'perfect storm' in region.
Former head of Royal Navy says Britain must do more to tackle piracy off west Africa
West Africa is facing a “perfect storm” of piracy, disease ...
Confusing reports over death of JTF member.
JTF, pirates clash in Bayelsa
Yenagoa – A soldier attached to the Joint Task Force in the Niger Delta, codenamed Operation Pulo Shield, was yesterday feared dead, ...
Black market for oil proves lucrative for thieves.
Pirates prefer energy cargo – Analysis
By Vijay Sakhuja
Early this month, pirates released the hijacked MT Sunrise 689, a small product tanker bound for ...
Despite piracy in region, SAAs have so far been 100% effective.
SAA offers secure, legal anchorage against pirates in Nigerian waters
By Lee Hong Liang from Singapore
A partnership project between the Nigerian Navy, Ocean Marine ...
Maritime crime and piracy continues to dog Bayelsa State.
Pirates Attack Passenger Boat In Bayelsa, Abduct Two Women, Two Children
Dare-devil gunmen suspected to be sea pirates on Saturday attacked a passenger speed boat ...
Piracy remains a global issue, but few stop to consider how it affects those closest to it: crew.
Piracy in West Africa
by Douglas B. Stevenon, Director, Center for Seafarers’ Rights
Somali pirates ...
Dryad releases their figures for the third quarter of the year.
Maritime Crime Figures for Q3 2014
Gulf of Guinea
The spike in the number of kidnapping incidents that occurred in Nigerian waters ...
New vessels to combat piracy, smuggling and illegal fishing.
Angola Modernizes Navy to Protect Maritime Resources
By Francisco Galamas
Last month, Brazil and Angola signed a Technical Memorandum of Understanding for the Brazilian navy to support the ...
Analysts all predicting sharp rise in attacks.
Piracy expected to increase ahead of Nigeria's election
By Ole Mikkelsen
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Piracy will increase in the Gulf of Guinea as Nigeria prepares for an election ...
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