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Despite piracy on the world’s oceans falling “significantly”, the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has reported a ...
News / Somali pirates are discouraged by armed guards, but other global hotspots emerge
The effectiveness of armed guards on ships transiting pirate-infested waters has again been demonstrated by ...
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