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‘There is no longer piracy in Southeast Asia,’ says analyst

More than half of incidents are petty thefts and few take place in international waters. There are some robberies, but few crew members have been injured and none killed in boardings, according to Risk Intelligence

Piracy in Southeast Asia is declining, with membership of the terrorist Abu Sayyaf Group dwindling, no recent kidnappings and few serious crimes against vessels thanks to better security co-operation, a webinar was told

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