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Merchant ship’s guards fight off Somalia attack

The gang appear to have aborted the attack after armed security personnel on board the merchant vessel returned fire

Somalia Piracy and Security

Piracy and sea crime in Asia hit a 10-year low

Number of actual incidents drops to 50 between January and September but total number of incidents, including attempts, climbs to 64

Asia Pacific Piracy and Security

Viewpoint: Building resilience

Navies of the world are said to spend as much on cyber defence as they do on ship structures and weaponry, while commercial shipping remains in a very different league

Viewpoint International

Hull rates hardening in Asia too, says Chandan

IUMI committee chair is confident marine insurers will be able to handle any sulphur cap hiccups

Asia Pacific Singapore

International Maritime Bureau founder Eric Ellen dies at 88

Eric Ellen recognised the need for a co-ordinated global effort in order to tackle crimes against shipping

Europe Asia Pacific

Cyber theft and energy costs top shipping industry’s list of concerns

Cyber attacks and data theft are now the maritime industry’s Achilles’ heel, according to the Global Maritime Forum

International Insurance

Bulker crew kidnapped off Nigeria

Assailants boarded the Massoel Shipping-owned vessel around 45 miles off Bony early on Saturday
Nigeria Casualty

Scorpio tanker targeted by armed gang off Guinea

The four assailants opened fire but the none of the crew was reported injured as they took cover in the citadel

Nigeria Piracy and Security

UK radar satellite offers ‘maritime mode' to monitor illegal shipping activity

The first UK-manufactured SAR aircraft will be able to identify when AIS signals have been turned off

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