Maritime Safety News Today (Piracy)

Piracy feared as another ship goes missing
People’s Daily Online – Beijing,China
A St. Vincent and Grenadines- flagged cargo ship has been missing for three weeks but rescue efforts are underway to locate the vessel, a Kenyan maritime
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Kin of missing vessel’s crew grow desperate
Gulf News – Dubai,United Arab Emirates
Noel Choong, head of the International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB) Piracy Reporting Centre in Kuala Lumpur, however, told Gulf News the centre was contacted by
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Call for action on piracy off Somali coast – Poland
At a press conference in London, Efthimios Mitropoulos, secretary-general of the International Maritime Organisation, and Josette Sheeran,
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Food shipments disrupted by piracy
Los Angeles Times – CA,USA
Sheeran said that after the fatal attack that the food program was briefly unable to find any vessel willing to supply food aid to the African nation.
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Nigeria: IMB Calls for International Intervention Over Pirates – Washington,USA
International Maritime Bureau (IMB), global watchdog for piracy at sea, has called for urgent intervention by international navies following upsurge in
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Piracy feared as South Korean ship missing off Somalia
CNN International – USA
The latest suspected hijacking was feared to have occurred a day after the International Maritime Organization, an UN agency, said increasing attacks off
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India to Monitor Sea Piracy and Terrorism of LTTE – Malverne,NY,USA
The skipper of the vessel said the Sea Tigers entered the ship and kidnapped them. Sayed Sulaiman, the chairman of the ship’s owners, gave an interview to


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