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          Libyan Parliament Sets Parliamentary Elections for January 2022

          On Monday, the Libyan Parliament approved a law for parliamentary elections to take place a month after the planned 24 December presidential elections.

          More undersea activity in South China Sea increase risk after crash

          Submarines proliferating in the South China Sea are increasing risks in already treacherous waters, security experts said Friday, a day after the Navy announced an undersea collision in the..

          Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment w/c Monday 11th October

          Nigeria continues to dominate the narrative in the Gulf of Guinea this week.

          UN envoy visits Yemen for talks with PM, separatists

          The U.N. special envoy for Yemen met with the prime minister of the country’s internationally recognized government in the port city of Aden, officials said.

          Oil and Gas Workers Union renews threat to shut down ports to achieve their demands

          The General Union of Oil and Gas Workers renewed the threat to shut down ports, in protest of the government ignoring their demands, such as an increase in salaries, activation of medical insurance..

          State TV says Iranian speedboats intercepted US Navy vessel

          TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran’s state TV reported Thursday that speedboats belonging to the country's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard have intercepted U.S. vessels in the Persian Gulf. A U.S. Navy spokesman..

          NPA, ICPC Inaugurate Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit

          The Nigerian Ports Authority, (NPA) in collaboration with the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences (ICPC) has inaugurated the NPA Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit.

          Chinese trawlers jeopardise India's maritime security

          The presence of Chinese trawlers in the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal jeopardises India's maritime security by fishing in India's EEZ.

          How illegal fishing off Cameroon’s coast worsens maritime security

          In Cameroon there is growing awareness that there’s a direct relationship between illegal and unregulated activity in the fisheries sector, and maritime security in the waters off the country’s coast.