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Denmark’s anti-piracy push

Concerns over safety in Gulf of Guinea. Denmark pushes for other nations to beef up anti-piracy patrols SAM CHAMBERS Denmark will remain committed to patrolling the seas in anti-piracy operations, and is pushing ...
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London PMSC Workshop

Event aimed at security companies. London PMSC Workshop CSO Alliance, a global members only risk management platform for all shipping sectors to drive best practice and fight organised crime, is hosting a ...
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hijackers can be prosecuted in Malaysia

Legal experts said Malaysia has a strong case to prosecute the mastermind behind the hijacking of Malaysian tanker, MT Orkim Harmony. MT Orkim hijackers can be prosecuted in Malaysian court, say ...
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Maritime Piracy 2.0

Will technology transform maritime crime? Piracy 2.0: The Net-Centric Evolution BRIAN EVANS Network-Centric Warfare derives its power from the strong networking of a well-informed but geographically dispersed force. – VADM Arthur Cebrowski, Proceedings ...
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Anti-piracy force plan for the Gulf

Possible regional force proposal discussed again. Anti-piracy force plan for the Gulf Bahrain backed a call to establish a special maritime force to tackle growing problems of pirates attacking fishermen working in ...
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US, Malaysia Launch Naval Exercise

CARAT Malaysia 2015 kicks off. US, Malaysia Launch Naval Exercise By Prashanth Parameswaran On August 17, the United States and Malaysia kicked off a bilateral naval exercise in Sandakan in eastern Malaysia. The 21st annual ...
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Algorithm To Predict Pirate Attacks

New software predicts 'predator' behaviour. US Navy Scientists Create Algorithm To Predict Pirate Attacks By Jill Arce Pirates have begun robbing shipping vessels and committing acts of criminal violence at sea for as far ...
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Dryad issues SE Asia analysis

Continuing attacks spark guidance. MT Joaquim and the continuing troubles off the Malaysian Peninsula The recent hijacking of MT Joaquim on Saturday 8th August in the Malacca Strait has provided yet another timely reminder of ...
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MPHRP announces new head

In future, MPHRP's humanitarian assistance will widen its scope. MPHRP announces new head under ISWAN Girija Shettar Tom Holmer, former head of the International Transport Workers' Federation's Seafarers' Trust, has been chosen to ...
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JTF arrests sea pirates in Bayelsa

Pirates and pipeline vandals scooped up. JTF arrests sea pirates in Bayelsa The Joint Task Force, JTF, in the Niger Delta, Operation Pulo Shield, said it has arrested five suspected sea pirates ...

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