Asian Shipowners discuss piracy.
Forum fears about fuel siphoning and migrants
he 24th Annual meeting of the Asian Shipowners' Forum (ASF) was held in Jeju, South Korea, on 19 May 2015.
Will new President affect change?
Will Buhari Change the Face of Nigerian Maritime Security?
By Cassie Blombaum, Guardian Global Resources
The campaign speeches have long been over, the ballot boxes have been cast ...
Ship rescued citizens from Yemen en route to Malaysia.
French warship Aconit makes week-long call at Pulau Indah
BY GRACE CHEN
The Aconit, a French stealth frigate, made a stop at the Port Klang ...
Multi national exercise in Gulf of Guinea.
Obangame Express 2015: Two steps forward, one step back
Between 19 and 27 March OBANGAME EXPRESS, African Partnership Station’s annual exercise since 2011 took ...
No sign of decrease in SE Asia attacks.
One coastal tanker hijacked every two weeks in South East Asia
A small coastal tanker is hijacked by pirates in South East Asia every ...
New speed proposed.
Gulf of Aden convoys consider new speed
MSR has been asked by MSCHOA to request feedback on a possible new speed introduction for convoys transiting the Internationally Recognised Transit ...
CTF 150 now under French command.
Canada hands over command of Combined Task Force 150 to France
DAVID PUGLIESE, OTTAWA CITIZEN
Canada handed over command of Combined Task Force 150 (CTF-150) to France ...
Enrica Lexie case still rumbling on.
SC to hear marine's plea for extending stay in Italy
The Supreme Court will on Thursday hear a plea by Italian marine Massimilano Latorre, seeking extension ...
Call for further action in region.
Collaborate To Combat Security Menace
Mr Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called for a collaboration among security agencies to fight security challenges in Africa.
The Vice-President, Mr Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, ...
New anti-piracy patrol heads to HRA.
China Sends Three Warships to Gulf of Aden
The fleet is equipped with two helicopters and has dozens of special operation soldiers and more than 800 ...
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