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From The News Desk: Is piracy getting worse?

The deeper sources of Gulf of Guinea piracy are not going away. Until talk turns to action, operators must protect their ships and train their crews if they are to avoid becoming another statistic

Attacks on Maersk vessels, and a raft of new statistics, have prompted a fresh outcry over Gulf of Guinea piracy. BIMCO, Maersk and now Denmark’s government have called for an international naval force. But with more grey ships unlikely to show up soon, it is up to shipowners to protect their crews

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