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          Arab coalition destroys two Houthi booby-trapped boats in Salif

          The Arab coalition confirmed on Monday it had destroyed two booby-trapped boats of the Houthi militia in the Salif region and thwarted an imminent attack.

          Red Sea Drones: Countering Houthi Maritime Tactics

          Mariners in the Red Sea have long been threatened by pirates, but they now must deal with a much more modern threat as well: unmanned explosive boats. 

          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.

          'Limpet Mines' and 'Drone Attacks'

          A covert maritime battle between Israel and Iran has been raging under the radar for years.  

          What threat does China pose within the South China Sea?

          Dryad Global analysts James Welsh and Dorottya Zsiboracs on China's influence within the South China Sea.

          Saudi minister accuses Iran of being involved in latest Houthi attacks

          The Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, accused Iran of being involved in the recent attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities, which were carried out by the Houthi forces on..

          UPDATE 1-Eni declares force majeure on Nigeria Brass River crude exports

           Eni declared force majeure on exports of Nigerian Brass River crude oil following pipeline explosions in Bayelsa state, the company said on Tuesday.

          Experts warn Somali piracy risks remain as final hostages released

          The release of three Iranian crew members, on 20 August, marks the end of the Somali piracy era, however, seafarers still should remain vigilant in these waters, warn security experts.

          ON THE LOOKOUT FOR VIOLENT NON-STATE ARMED GROUPS AT SEA

          Sea blindness—the failure to acknowledge or recognize the importance of the maritime domain to both society and the economy—can pose a significant threat to state security. As detailed in a May 2019..