Tag: warning

  • MARAD Warns of Maritime Mine Threat in Southern Red Sea

    February 13: The US Maritime Administration has issued the following alert: A maritime threat has been reported in coastal waters between Midi, Yemen and Jizan, Saudi Arabia. The nature of […]

  • Asean chief warns on China’s plan

    The head of Asean has said China’s plan to board ships in disputed areas of the South China Sea could escalate tensions. Secretary-General Surin Pitsuwan told Reuters news agency that […]

  • Piracy Dip Could Reverse

    Despite a 54 per cent decrease in global piracy recorded in the first six months of 2012, the three counter-piracy naval task forces patrolling Somalian waters are also urging the […]

  • Left to Die

    The European rapporteur charged with investigating the case of 63 African migrants who were “left to die” in the Mediterranean last year has warned those responsible could end up in […]

  • Potential for Catastrophe

    The former head of the Royal Navy Lord West of Spithead has warned that Somali pirates could create a “huge catastrophe” by disrupting the United Kingdom’s energy supplies. During question […]

  • Violence Escalates

    Somali pirates are becoming increasingly violent in their attacks on foreign vessels experts have warned. Speaking about the increased use of violence and torture, particularly in the wake of the […]

  • No Go Zone

    A top NATO official has warned teenage Dutch yachtswoman Laura Dekker not to attempt a transit via the Gulf of Aden, even in a convoy of vessels. The chief of staff at one […]

  • Call For Caution

    The International Maritime Bureau while welcoming the recent capture of pirates has joined with EUNAVFOR in cautioning against navies engaging in armed assault of pirated ships. The successful interventions of […]