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Feature: Maritime threats require unified navies

Pirates are attacking ships in Somalia and the Gulf of Guinea, and coastal nations will have to work together to stop them.

Pirate attacks escalate in Gulf of Guinea

A surge in armed attacks against ships around West Africa is pushing up global levels of piracy and armed robbery at sea, the International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau (IMB) warns.

Two dead in third day of Guinea riots

Two people were shot dead during riots in the capital of Guinea as authorities clashed with anti-government protesters, a senior police source said.

Violent protests in Guinea disrupt some bauxite shipments

Opposition supporters in Guinea staged protests and erected barricades in the mining towns of Boke and Kamsar on Tuesday, disrupting some shipments of the aluminium ore bauxite, according to mining sector officials.

Guinea warns against ethnic violence

Guinea will seek out anyone inciting ethnic violence after at least seven people were killed in post-election clashes.
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Company News

  • BRONCO II launched for USA
    by Paramount Group, 10 May 2018

    The BRONCO II's internal Interchangeable Multi-Mission System Bay allows a single airframe to be rapidly reconfigured to perform multiple roles.

  • AHRLAC/Mwari enters production and preparing first deliveries
    by Paramount Group, 8 May 2018

    The Ahrlac and its armed variant, the Mwari, are being developed and produced at Wonderboom Airport by Ahrlac Holdings, co-owned by Paramount Group.

  • defenceWeb launches new drone portal
    by defenceWeb, 7 May 2018

    The unmanned aerial vehicle portal will focus exclusively on military and commercial unmanned aviation, regulations and technology.