Security Updates

Maritime Security Review (15 October 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 8 – 14 October . This issue includes:

  • Update on global maritime incidents;
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – Saudi-led airstrike kills 4 civilians in Hodeida; In Libya, Haftar’s forces seize, return two Italian fishing boats
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Maritime Security Review (8 October 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 1 – 7 October . This issue includes:

  • Update on global maritime incidents;
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – In Yemen, Saudi Navy intercepted two explosives-filled drone boats; UN envoy says hard to hold Libya elections in December.
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Maritime Security Review (1 October 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 24 – 30 September 2018. This issue includes:

  • Review of global maritime incidents for the past week;
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – Libya ceasefire halts month-long battle in Tripoli; United Nations envoy announced plan to restart Yemen peace talks as Mandate extended
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Maritime Security Review (24 September 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 17 – 23 September 2018. This issue includes:

  • Review of global maritime incidents for reporting period, including crew kidnapping off the coast of Nigeria
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – Militia fighting in Tripoli knocks out power in parts of Libya; Saudi-led coalition launches major operation to recapture Hodeidah
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Maritime Security Review (17 September 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 10 – 16 September 2018. This issue includes:

  • Review of piracy and armed robbery against vessels in Asia:  Monthly Review (August 2018)
  • Migrant rescues continue in the Mediterranean as the summer season comes to an end
  • Warning for vessels in Asia:  Incident alert regarding kidnapping of crew members in Semporna Waters, off Sabah, East Malaysia
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – In Yemen, the Arab coalition has seized the main road linking Hodeidah to Sanaa; Masked gunmen in Libya attacked the NOC Headquarters in Tripoli, Islamic State claims responsibility
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