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        UK backs Lithuania’s plan to lift Russian blockade of Ukraine grain

        Britain has backed in principle a proposal by Lithuania for a naval coalition “of the willing” to lift the Russian Black Sea blockade on Ukrainian grain exports.

        NIMASA allege sabotage of territorial water by other GoG member states

        Nigeria seeks $1.4m to bring in security ship donated by South Korea to fight piracy amidst claims of continuous sabotage of Nigeria by member states in the Gulf of Guinea. 

        Unique opportunities for foreign investors in the Niger Delta

        Since the discovery of crude oil in Oloibiri, Nigeria’s present Bayelsa State in 1956 and its subsequent elevation as the main stable of the nation’s economy, there have been myriads of agitations in..

        Kenya reject UN court judgment giving Somalia control of rich waters

        Kenya’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, has rejected a decision by the UN’s highest court to grant Somalia control of disputed waters in the Indian Ocean, saying it would “strain relations” between the..

        U.S. Coast Guard train with Nigerian Navy on Maritime Law Enforcement

        Twenty-four officers of the Nigerian Navy are participating in a four-week intensive U.S. Coast Guard Boarding Officer training program.

        Pakistan detains five Chinese trawlers for alleged illegal fishing

        Pakistan has detained five Chinese trawlers on suspicion of illegal fishing near its strategic port city of Gwadar, as a wave of protests swept across the region led by fishers concerned about losing..

        Superyacht cyber security: the new threat facing billionaire owners

        Buyers at London superyacht conference shown the ease with which hackers can take control of vessels – and even procure private photos (this article was originally printed in 2017; however, it is..

        Violence towards refugees at Libyan detention centres forces MSF out

        Medical charity says abuse and attacks have escalated as more migrants are intercepted at sea and camps become increasingly overcrowded.

        China's maritime militia breaks rules and charts course for global dominance

        China's quest to become a maritime superpower has turned its massive fishing fleet into a floating militia that actively engages in aggressive, and often illegal, practices at sea.

        World’s most fertile fishing ground is facing a ‘unique and dire’ threat

        China’s Pacific fishing fleet has grown by 500% since 2012 and is taking huge quantities of tuna.