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Gulf of Guinea pirates becoming ‘more professional’

Gulf of Guinea pirates are becoming more professional as their businesses model has shifted from cargo to hostages, experts say. But Nigeria, the major actor in the region, has higher priorities than solving maritime crime

Countering the Gulf of Guinea’s piracy threat to shipping demands co-ordinated approaches between companies and states as well as improving the lot of potential pirates to offer them something better that crime, a webinar was told

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