Kidnap risk remains undimmed for shipping
The international community must not lose sight of the unacceptable threat seafarers face, says International Maritime Bureau deputy director Cyrus Mody
Lloyd's List’s INTERACTIVE MAP shows how the issue of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea remains a significant threat to maritime operations in the region. Most vessels are acting in time to save their crews from kidnappings, but analysis also shows the scale of the task of securing the region’s waters
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