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Nigerian pirates kidnapped 35 seafarers in the first half

EOS Risk Group’s half yearly report reveals pirate attacks around Nigeria are not always clear cut, and may involve a combination of hijack for ransom, hijack for oil theft, kidnap for ransom and armed robbery. Tanker hijackings for product theft have returned to the Gulf of Guinea

EOS expects the instability in the Niger Delta to increase in the run-up to Nigeria’s 2019 general elections, which could result in a spike in piracy activities

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