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Viewpoint: Pirates’ progress

The same level of international co-operation that was so effective in controlling the situation in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean is now needed in the Gulf of Guinea

A lethal form of piracy that threatens extreme violence against seafarers, rather than the seizure of ships, is becoming commonplace in the Gulf of Guinea

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