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          Weekly Maritime Security Threat Assessment w/c Monday 13th September

          This week in the Middle East, tensions increased as rocket fire was exchanged between Israeli and Palestinian forces in the Gaza Strip. Tensions around the Gaza Strip are increasing, several months..

          Sailor recounts pirate attack on MV Tampen at Gabon port

          Deepak Udayaraj, the second officer of the Indian merchant shipping vessel MV Tampen which came under attack by pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, off Gabon in West Africa recounts the attack.

          HRA UPDATE: Designated Risk Areas – Arbitrary Lines or Useful Tools for the Illustration of Risk?

          This edition of METIS Inform is a revised issue of a piece we published in May 2021. The content of that piece has since partly come to fruition, with the shipping industry noting the need for a..

          Mozambique insurgency: focus on criminality at sea

          The insurgency in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique has been placed firmly in the international spotlight since radicals linked to Islamic State launched their audacious attack on the town of..

          NIMASA: maritime piracy decline could end war risk insurance

          Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, has stated that a sustained reduction in reported cases of piracy and other maritime crimes in..

          Rivers fishermen threaten sea port operations over insecurity

          OPERATIONS of the Onne Sea Port may be disrupted, following threats by the Association of Fishermen and Sea Food Dealers in Rivers State to shut activities in the Bonny waterways.

          Fishermen robbed by suspected sea pirates

          Four fishermen of Arcottuthurai who set out for fishing on Wednesday were robbed of their belongings under threat of attack by suspected sea pirates.

          Libyan port protests spread

          Operations at two ports in eastern Libya have been disrupted by protesters today.

          Libya's Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports blocked by protest, engineers say

          BENGHAZI, Libya, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Protesters blocked oil exports at the Libyan ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf on Wednesday, an oil engineer at each port said, although other engineers said..

          Beijing demands Cargo details when entering Chinese waters

          Tanker owners coming near to China have more paperwork to complete. China is flexing its muscle in the South China Sea at a time where the US and allies are conducting military procedures in the..