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International co-operation needed to tackle Gulf of Guinea piracy

The kidnapping of 17 seafarers off Cameroon and the attack on an LPG carrier off Nigeria within a spate of a few days has thrown the spotlight back on a recurring problem. The shipping association wants Nigeria, where a considerable number of the incidents emanate from, to work with countries with seasoned navies to curb the threat quickly

Call comes after the abduction of 17 seafarers in the Gulf of Guinea

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