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Piracy and Security

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US blacklists Chinese shipping firms and Russian port agency over sanctions

The US warns over ‘deceptive shipping practices’ conducted by North Korea to evade sanctions

North Korea Piracy and Security

South Korea probes shipowners after coal trades with North Korea

More than 33,000 tonnes of North Korean coal was illegally imported to South Korea last year in violation of United Nations and other sanctions, the South Korean government said on Friday

South Korea Piracy and Security

Riyadh calls for international efforts on Red Sea security as oil shipments resume

Turning off the Automatic Identification System is insufficient to avoid Houthi attacks, according to Intertanko

Saudi Arabia Yemen

Nigerian pirates kidnapped 35 seafarers in the first half

EOS expects the instability in the Niger Delta to increase in the run-up to Nigeria’s 2019 general elections, which could result in a spike in piracy activities

Guinea Ghana

Clarksons reveals extent of 2017 cyber attack

A lone hacker gained access to a range of personal information from the shipbroking giant in November 2017 after infiltrating its computer system during a seven-month period, the company has revealed

Europe United Kingdom

EU Naval Force to relocate UK base due to Brexit

The EUs Indian Ocean naval operation is extended until the end of 2020

Europe EU

Cosco declares global networks ‘safe and stable’ after attack

Shipping line ‘working at full stretch to process all the service requests received previously, and the service response is expected to be back on track within this week’

North America South America

Aramco’s halt of Bab el-Mandeb shipments could hit Bahri operations

Operations of non-Saudi vessels have been unaffected by the Aramco decision, regardless of their cargo origin

Saudi Arabia Tankers and Gas

Cosco cyber attack continues to affect American operations

Little risk of spreading to other regions or repeating a Maersk-style meltdown

Asia Pacific North America
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