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        Arab coalition destroys explosives-laden Houthi boat in southern Red Sea

        Arab coalition destroys explosives-laden Houthi boat in southern Red Sea  

        Libya’s presidential election was meant to unite the country

        For weekend relief in war-torn Libya, there is little better entertainment than cheering the Arabian steeds at the racetrack in Tripoli, the capital. The competitors can be a stubborn bunch. It often..

        Japan extends $26m in grant aid to boost Djiboutian maritime security

        Japan has extended grant aid worth nearly 3 billion yen (about $26 million) to Djibouti under the “Marine Security Capacity Improvement Plan”.  

        Is the Global Supply Chain the Next Big Cyber Target?

        “Cyberwarfare is the greatest threat to the maritime transportation system,” warns U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral John Mauger, Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy. “The safe flow of global..

        NOC declares force majeure on Zawiyah and Mellitah terminals

        Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) has declared force majeure on crude exports from the Zawia and Mellitah terminals.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment 20th Dec 2021

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Assessment for the week commencing Monday 20th December. 

        Dockers' Strike Threatens Ivory Coast Cocoa Bean Exports

        A week-long strike by dockers in Ivory Coast's two main ports of Abidjan and San Pedro could hurt cocoa bean exports from the world's top cocoa producing nation after workers blocked access to the..

        Protests at Gwadar should be wake-up call for Islamabad.

        Pakistan Wanted Gwadar to Be the Next Singapore. China’s Role Didn’t Help.

        Malaysia to work with Caribbean countries on maritime issues

        Malaysia wishes to work with the Caribbean countries under the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Integrated Technical Cooperation Programme on several issues.

        Piracy in Gulf of Guinea: Ghana to push for international response

        Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Information says Ghana will push for international response to address the incidence of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) when it a takes her seat on the UN..