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Piracy and Security

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Gulf of Mexico now a major piracy hotspot

Budget cuts have led to slow navy responses and underreporting, a World Maritime University paper says.

Mexico Offshore

Sanctions body defends UK shipping guidelines

‘Where there are concerns about the regulations of other jurisdictions then the individual or company should seek independent legal advice. The UK does not provide advice for or on behalf of other jurisdictions,’ says HM Treasury

United Kingdom Terrorism

Outlook: Is shipping coping with the pandemic?

The outlooks, forecasts and predictions for 2020 which were compiled at the end of last year now look like they were made in another age and on another planet. So what has the remainder of this most unusual year got in store for the industry?

Containers Dry Bulk

Eagle Bulk confirms armed incident over pay dispute

The guard did not surrender his weapon to the ship's master and forced the vessel to deviate from its course

Dry Bulk Piracy and Security

Cocaine found in container at UK port

The ‘sophisticated concealment’ was rarely seen in the UK, according to the Border Force

United Kingdom Piracy and Security

Korean Register sets course for digital transition

KR is working with its customers on granting survey extensions during the pandemic, keeping in close contact with International Maritime Organization regulation updates and is developing e-certification systems

South Korea Korean Register

Product tanker crew kidnapped in Gulf of Guinea

Armed gang boarded Liberia-flagged vessel and kidnapped Russian and Ukrainian seafarers, according to piracy monitoring group Dryad

Middle East and Africa Europe

Yemen tanker spill would be ‘four times worse than Exxon Valdez’ — UN

The UN Security Council has been told Safer is deteriorating daily and no effort should be spared to first conduct a technical assessment and initial light repairs

Middle East and Africa Yemen

Surge in piracy and robbery in Asian waters

The increase in incidents occurred in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea and the Singapore Strait

Asia Pacific Piracy and Security
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