Concern militants might infiltrate.
Dynamite fishing in Tanzania: Clear and present danger not just to tourism
BY PROF. WOLFGANG H. THOME, PH.D., ETN AFRICA CORRESPONDENT
Possession and use of explosives is not just ...
Coordinated response to piracy sees reduction in incidents.
EU naval force to keep pressure on pirates
Maritime piracy off the coast of Africa has been contained by effective patrolling and best ...
MT Sunrise 689 was taken by pirates.
Vietnamese oil tanker Sunrise confirmed to be hijacked
Police have confirmed that Vietnamese oil tanker Sunrise 689 was hijacked and robbed of a third of ...
PLA Navy continues push into Indian Ocean.
Chinese Submarine Headed to Gulf of Aden For Counter Piracy Operations
By: Sam LaGrone
China has sent a submarine to the Gulf of Aden to help in ...
Fighter and Apache helicopter bases planned.
RI to strengthen defense in South China Sea
To increase its military defenses in the South China Sea, the government is preparing to establish an F16 ...
PMSCs looking to move into new markets with their services.
Maritime Mercenaries or Innovative Defense? Private Security & The Evolving Piracy Threat
On Sept. 23, the United States joined ReCAAP, the ...
Anti-piracy seminar coincides with Danish Maritime Days.
Focus on piracy and other maritime crime off Africa
Leading international experts will develop new ideas to combat maritime crime in East and West Africa ...
First time a PLAN sub has been seen in Indian Ocean.
Chinese submarine's Sri Lanka visit prompts rescue questions
The visit of the Chinese Type 039 'Song' class submarine to Colombo, ...
Togo ready to tackle piracy and maritime crime.
New challenges in the maritime sector
Meet the challenges of the maritime sector, that is the mission of the High Council for the sea ...
Issues continue in Libya.
Ships calling at Benghazi could be targeted
Cairo: Retired Libyan general Khalifa Haftar on Sunday threatened to order his troops to shoot ships entering the Port of Benghazi ...
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