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Southeast Asia tanker hijackings reach worrying levels
Wednesday, 29.Oct.2014, 13:25
FREE CONTENT: a rise in targeted regional attacks bucks a global decline in piracy

Al Qaeda targets oil tankers in Gibraltar
Tuesday, 28.Oct.2014, 14:34
Terror chiefs have called on militants to destroy tankers bound for the west by ramming them with boats laden with explosives or by hijacking the ships and running them aground.

Guardian Maritime launch Greenwater piracy barrier
Wednesday, 22.Oct.2014, 11:59
Following on from the continued worldwide success of its GUARDIAN™ anti - piracy barrier, Guardian Maritime are proud to announce the launch of GUARDIAN Greenwater.

First found not guilty, now armed guards face re-trial for guns in Indian waters
Sunday, 19.Oct.2014, 21:19
THIRTY-FIVE men must stay in India to face re-trial, having already been found not guilty after their armed patrol ship was blown into national waters in a typhoon last year.

Tory peer urges the UK to tackle Gulf of Guinea attacks
Thursday, 16.Oct.2014, 12:53
Lord Naseby puts the question of piracy to the House of Lords



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