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        EU anti-piracy mission risks ejection from Somalia

        The EU's flagship naval operation risks losing permission to pursue pirates in Somalia's waters due to local politics.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 17th Jan 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 17th January 2022. 

        Suspected drone attack in Abu Dhabi kills 3, wounds 6

        A possible drone attack may have sparked an explosion that struck three oil tankers in Abu Dhabi and another fire at an extension of Abu Dhabi International Airport on Monday that killed three people..

        BIMCO Urges Gulf of Guinea States to Crack Down on Piracy

        Shipping organization BIMCO is urging states in the Gulf of Guinea region to take responsibility and step-up prosecution efforts when pirates are apprehended by international navies, following the..

        Yemen’s Houthis reject UN call to free UAE-flagged ship

        Yemeni Houthi rebels have rejected a UN request to release an Emirati-flagged vessel they seized earlier this month, along with its 11-member crew, saying the ship was carrying “military assets”.

        Increased Threat of Piracy

        MDAT-GOG has been made aware that there is an increased threat of piracy activity in the following area for the next 48 hours.

        Live Firing Restricted Zone - Libya

        A Libyan Coast Guard prohibited zone is currently in place offshore of Derna for live firing exercises. 

        ASEAN resurgence in regional security?

        In recent years, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations has been struggling to maintain its unity and “centrality” in regional security affairs. ASEAN cannot attain “centrality” without unity,..

        UN requests inspection of Yemen ports

        The UN has requested an inspection of Hodeidah ports following claims that they have been used for military purposes.

        UAE is hub for companies helping Venezuela avoid U.S. oil sanctions

        In June, the United States imposed sanctions on half a dozen oil tankers managed by established shipping firms. It was a major escalation of American attempts to choke off Venezuela’s oil trade.