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        Liberia Investigates Alleged Stowaway Deaths on Chinese Bulker

        Liberia's maritime administration is investigating an incident aboard a Panama-flagged bulker in which two stowaways were allegedly killed. 

        Equatorial Guinea Detains a VLCC Accused of Oil Theft by Nigeria

        A 300,000 dwt VLCC got into a dispute with the Nigerian authorities last week and was ultimately chased down and detained by the navy of neighboring Equatorial Guinea while the dispute is being..

        Satellite RF Tracking Follows the 'Dark' Ships That AIS Can't See

        Government, NGO and private-sector researchers have long relied upon AIS to track the movements of vessels, and the tool is invaluable for spotting suspicious activity.

        Armed Pirates Rob Offshore Platform in Bay of Campeche

        Armed pirates struck another platform operated by Pemex last week, forcing the crew to help them cart off stolen goods before departing again. 

        Stella Maris: Ukraine's Seafarers Need Help to Maintain Their Careers

        Stella Maris is working with crewing agencies to help out-of-work Ukrainian seafarers remain employable.

        Germany's North Sea Ports Face Longest Strike Action in Decades

        Dockworkers across major North Sea ports in Germany have yet again paralyzed operations after staging the longest strike in four decades following the collapse of the latest round of negotiations to..

        EU Could Ban European Insurance and Tanker Transport for Russian Oil

        To accompany its proposed ban on the importation of Russian oil, the European Union may also decide to prohibit European companies from providing maritime transport for Russian petroleum, anywhere in..

        Ukraine Claims to Have Struck the Flagship of Russia's Black Sea Fleet

        Multiple Ukrainian sources have claimed that the nation's armed forces have hit the Russian cruiser Moskva in a guided-missile attack in the Black Sea.  "It has been confirmed that the missile..

        UN’s Contact Group on Somali Piracy Changes Mandate

        The decline in piracy off the coast of Somalia is one of the recent success stories for the maritime industry. It has demonstrated how stakeholders can unite to solve some of the complex challenges..

        EU Renews its Commitment to Anti-Piracy Patrols in Gulf of Guinea

        The European Union (EU) intends to carry on with the deployment of its member states' warships in the Gulf of Guinea to stem the recurring menace of piracy.