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Piracy prosecution training in Seychelles

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While pirate attacks have all but become a forgotten issue off the African east coast, the follow-up as far as successful prosecution...

Pirate attack repelled

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Suspected Somali pirates attacked a Singaporean-flagged chemical tanker but were repelled by guards on board, the European Union Naval force said, the...

Spanish warship currently heads Op Atalanta

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The Spanish contribution to the EU NavFor Operation Atalanta off the horn of Africa has, in addition to providing airborne protection to...

Nine years of counter-piracy ops off the Horn of Africa

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This month (December) marks the ninth anniversary of EU Naval Force Somalia's Operation Atalanta, the specialist counter- piracy operation in the Gulf...

EU NavFor assists in aftermath of Mogadishu blast

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Anti-piracy and escort duties took a temporary backseat earlier this week when elements of EU NavFor Somalia banded together to provide much-needed...

EUNavFor Op Sophia in the Mediterranean extended again

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The EU Naval Force operation targeting migrant smugglers and human traffickers in the Mediterranean Sea has been extended to December 31 next...

EU hosts Somali Prime Minister to discuss piracy off Somalia

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On 8 May 2017 the European Union's Ambassador to Somalia, Veronique Lorenzo, hosted the Somali Prime Minister, HE Hasan Ali Khaire and...

EU Navfor thwarts pirate attack

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The European Union Naval Force (EU Navfor) warship ESPS Galicia has prevented a merchant ship, MT Costina, from being pirated by armed...

Seized Indian dhow now in vicinity of Hobyo, Somalia

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An Indian registered cargo dhow hijacked by suspected Somali pirates on April 1 is now in the vicinity of Hobyo, a major...

EU Navfor urges vigilance after Somali hijacking

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The Operation Commander of the EU Naval Force, Major General Rob Magowan CBE, has called for vigilance in the Gulf of Aden...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...