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NATO deactivates more mines in Black Sea

The NATO Shipping Centre (NSC) informed that drifting mines have been detected and deactivated in the Western Black Sea by coastal nation’s authorities.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 3rd October 2022

Access the latest Dryad Global Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 3rd October 2022.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 26th September 2022

Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 26th September 2022.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 19th September 2022

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Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 12th September 2022

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IMO To Prevail On 25 African Countries to Adopt Nigeria’s SPOMO Act

There are fresh indications that the International Maritime Organisations (IMO) is set to prevail on twenty five countries in West and Central Africa on the need to adopt the Suppression of Piracy..

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 5th September 2022

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Lebanon, Israel maritime border talks progress to divvying up gas

The focus of US-negotiated talks to finalize an agreement between Israel and Lebanon has shifted to compensation and gas quantities on each side of the maritime border.

Piracy & the Pandemic: Maritime Crime in Southeast Asia, 2020-22

At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 there were concerns that maritime crime in Southeast Asia would surge due to an expected global economic slump. In this picture, vessels are seen..

Satellite RF Tracking Follows the 'Dark' Ships That AIS Can't See

Government, NGO and private-sector researchers have long relied upon AIS to track the movements of vessels, and the tool is invaluable for spotting suspicious activity.