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Tanker hijackings are a growing menace in Southeast Asia
Thursday, 24.Jul.2014, 11:25
piracy watchdog says the region has bucked a drop in global attacks with six recent incidents

Asian piracy falls, but severity of South China Sea attacks rises
Wednesday, 23.Jul.2014, 10:39
Singapore’s ReCaap notes eight pirate attacks in the South China Sea, up from five in 2013

Pirates drain Malaysian tanker Oriental Glory of oil cargo in Malacca Strait
Monday, 21.Jul.2014, 23:10
PIRATES attacked a Malaysian-flagged 2,500-tonne oil tanker in the Malacca Straits, stealing its cargo, according to the Malaysian Navy, reports London's Tanker Operator.

Petro pirates prey on Malacca Strait's busy shipping lanes
Wednesday, 16.Jul.2014, 05:47
SIX fuel tankers have been hijacked and drained in the Malacca Strait or nearby waters of the South China Sea since April without an arrest being made, according to the International Maritime Bureau (IMB).

Southeast Asian piracy threat is rising, warns Dryad
Friday, 11.Jul.2014, 11:37
Hijack of still-missing Moresby 9 brings attacks on small product tankers to six since April



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