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        Iran’s Drone Piracy Shows How Naval Warfare Is Changing

        At sea and over Ukraine, unmanned military systems are taking over from expensive legacy systems.

        Piracy: EU extends naval presence in Gulf of Guinea to February 2024

        The European Union (EU) has extended its naval presence in the Gulf of Guinea under the auspices of the Commercial Maritime Presence (CMP) until February 2024.

        Armed Pirates Rob Offshore Platform in Bay of Campeche

        Armed pirates struck another platform operated by Pemex last week, forcing the crew to help them cart off stolen goods before departing again. 

        Combating piracy in the world’s most dangerous waters

        The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution on combating piracy in West Africa. Norway and Ghana introduced the initiative and led the negotiation process leading up to the resolution.

        UN authorisation to fight piracy in Somali waters lapses

        The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has not extended a resolution for the fight against piracy and armed robbery at sea within Somalia’s territorial waters.

        FIGHTING PIRACY OFF SOMALIA NON-EXTENSION ANNOUNCEMENT

        The United Nations Security Council has not extended UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2608 (2021) which, among other measures, allowed for the fight against piracy and armed robbery of..

        Here’s How Yacht Owners Are Protecting Themselves From Pirates

        In the yachting world, self-defense has gone on the offensive. Roman Abramovich’s 533-foot Eclipse is rumored to have an antimissile defense system, while the 165-foot Thunder could potentially..

        Geneva Declaration launched to safeguard human rights at sea

        The Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea has been launched to define and defend the human rights of the global maritime population and those crossing the world’s oceans and seas.

        UN’s Contact Group on Somali Piracy Changes Mandate

        The decline in piracy off the coast of Somalia is one of the recent success stories for the maritime industry. It has demonstrated how stakeholders can unite to solve some of the complex challenges..

        NIMASA allege sabotage of territorial water by other GoG member states

        Nigeria seeks $1.4m to bring in security ship donated by South Korea to fight piracy amidst claims of continuous sabotage of Nigeria by member states in the Gulf of Guinea.