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Maritime Security

Pirates release ship in Gulf of Guinea

Pirates release ship in Gulf of GuineaPirates freed a ship carrying 22 Indian crew and 13,500 tonnes of gasoline, Hong Kong-based Anglo-Eastern, manager of the ship, said in a statement.

Another oil tanker missing in Gulf of Guinea

Pirates appear to have struck again in the Gulf of Guinea.A second oil tanker has gone missing in the Gulf of Guinea, weeks after a tanker was hijacked off Nigeria and subsequently released, in a potential uptick in regional piracy.


Le Malin in Durban

FNS Le Malin in DurbanAs part of a routine port call, Le Malin is in Durban today (Friday) from Port des Galets on Reunion Island in the framework of its patrol in the French Southern and Antarctic Territories under the command of Lieutenant François Junique.

India boosts maritime reach with Seychelles pact to build naval facilities

An Indian navy vessel.India has signed a 20-year pact with the Seychelles to build an airstrip and a jetty for its navy in the island chain, the two countries said, as the South Asian nation steps up a contest with China for influence in the Indian Ocean.


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