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Outrage when France ordered to compensate pirates for delay in seeing judge
Thursday, 11.Dec.2014, 23:12
A DECISION by the European Court of Human Rights demanding the French government compensate Somali pirates because the French army took too long to bring them before a judge has been slammed by a group that seeks to assist victims of piracy for being "repugnant and insulting".

Shipboard armed guards face shrinking market as pirate attacks decline
Monday, 08.Dec.2014, 23:07
TROUBLED maritime security contractors are being forced out of business as placing shipboard armed guards becomes harder to do in the face of sharply declining Somali piracy.

Security contractor asks port authorities ease private firearms movements
Wednesday, 03.Dec.2014, 23:37
AN official from maritime security contractor made an appeal in London to port authorities world to ease restrictions on conveyance of firearms by properly trained, licensed and insured personnel.

UK minister to raise pirate ransom insurance concerns with security ministry
Tuesday, 02.Dec.2014, 22:46
BRITISH shipping minister John Hayes will discuss with his Home Office (security ministry) counterparts the issue of piracy ransoms following marine insurance concerns that a proposed new ban on paying ransoms to terrorist groups could hinder the release of captured crews and vessels.

Insurers in a quandary over cover for payment of pirate ransoms
Friday, 28.Nov.2014, 12:25
IN the wake of UK Home Secretary Theresa May's announcement that insurance cover for terrorism ransoms will shortly be banned, marine insurers are seeking clarification over future general average or kidnap and ransom policy payments to secure the release of ships and seafarers held by pirates. 



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