Security Updates

Maritime Security Review (23 July 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 16 – 22 July 2018. This issue includes:

  • Update on global maritime incidents;
  • Review of armed piracy and robbery against vessels in Asia (half year review)
  • Update on ports in Libya and Yemen:  In Yemen, a sea mine explosion kills 5 Yemeni fishermen near Hodeidah Port; Libya declares force majeure on Zawiya Port
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Maritime Security Review (16 July 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 9 – 15 July 2018. This issue includes:

  • Review of global maritime incidents;
  • Update on migration situation in the Mediterranean;
  • Update on situation at ports in Libya and Yemen: In Libya, the NOC announces the reopening of oil export terminals; the Saudi-led coalition faces stalemate in Hodeidah
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Maritime Security Review for the week of 2 – 8 July 2018.  This issue includes:

  • An update on global maritime incidents
  • Update on the situation at ports and anchorages in Libya and Yemen:  Libya’s NOC declares force majeure on oil loadings from Zueitina, Hariga Ports; Coalition hits Yemen rebels outside Hodeidah.
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Maritime Security Review (2 July 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 25 June – 1 July 2018.  This issue includes:

  • A number of migrant rescue operations have been carried out in the Mediterranean over the past week as the warm weather has seen a rise in migrants attempting to make the dangerous crossing
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – Yemeni President meets UN envoy, demands full Houthi withdrawal from Hodeidah; Libyan National Army announced that it is taking over the entire city of Derna
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Maritime Security Review (25 June 2018)

Maritime Security Review for the week of 18 – 24 June 2018.  This issue includes:

  • A number of rescue operations have been carried out in the Mediterranean over the past couple of days as warmer weather results in an increase in migrant crossings.
  • Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – In Yemen, UN in advanced talks to take over Hodeidah Port; East Libyan forces claim to be in full control at Ras Lanuf Oil Port.
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