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Pirates kidnap 20 Indians, spare Nigerian seafarer off Togo

Year 2020 and the battle against piracy on Nigeria’s waters

  Maritime stakeholders and Nigerians who are worried about the state of insecurity of the nation’s maritime domain have a reason to believe that this year 2020...

Pirates kidnap 20 Indians, spare Nigerian seafarer off Togo

It’s embarrassing Nigeria has become haven for piracy — NIMASA 

  The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside, has described as embarrassing pirate attacks on...

Failed IMO council bid, piracy, Apapa gridlock, secure anchorage brouhaha and other sour grapes of Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2019

Failed IMO council bid, piracy, Apapa gridlock, secure anchorage brouhaha and other sour grapes of Nigeria’s maritime sector in 2019

  It is difficult to tell if Nigeria made any appreciable progress as a country in 2019. It is even much more difficult to discuss the fate of the maritime industry...

Armed pirates attack LNG carrier off Bonny

Experts warn of terror threat as piracy cases rise

  As the number of recorded piracy incidents in the Singapore Strait rises, so has the level of concern among security experts of a potential terror threat. A...

Asia records 57 piracy incidents in eight months 

Piracy surges in Southeast Asia  

  Piracy has surged this year along Southeast Asia’s straits of Malacca and Singapore, one of the world’s busiest trade routes, according to a watch group that...

Asia records 3 armed robbery attacks against ships in January

Asia records 8 piracy incidents in November — ReCAAP 

A total of eight incidents of armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in November 2019, according to a monthly report released on Wednesday by the Regional...

Asia records 57 piracy incidents in eight months 

Asia records 8 piracy incidents in November — ReCAAP 

A total of eight incidents of armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in November 2019, according to a monthly report released on Wednesday by the Regional...

Togolese President: Why piracy persists in Gulf of Guinea 

Togolese President: Why piracy persists in Gulf of Guinea 

  West African states’ failure to coordinate their response to piracy off their coastline is the main reason attacks are persisting in the Gulf of Guinea,...

European shipowners demand concrete action on GoG piracy

ITF demands urgent action to curb Gulf of Guinea piracy 

  The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has called for urgent global and regional cooperation to fight piracy in the Gulf of Guinea region amid...

3 piracy incidents reported within 20 days in Singapore Strait

3 piracy incidents reported within 20 days in Singapore Strait

  Three incidents of piracy have been reported in close proximity to each other in the Singapore Strait within a period of 20 days up until 19 October, according to...

European shipowners demand concrete action on GoG piracy

European shipowners demand concrete action on GoG piracy

  European shipowners have expressed concern about piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, urging policymakers to undertake concrete action to protect shipping through the...

European shipowners demand concrete action on GoG piracy

European shipowners demand concrete action on GoG piracy

  European shipowners have expressed concern about piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, urging policymakers to undertake concrete action to protect shipping through the...