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ONI Piracy Report for 24-30 November 2016

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The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 24-30 November 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East Africa waters is at a low level while at a moderate level in West Africa.

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Operation Atalanta extended for two years

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NATO said last week it had ended its own mission off the Horn of Africa, as it shifts resources to deterring Russia in the Black Sea and people smugglers in the Mediterranean. But the EU said it would extend the EUNAVFOR Somalia Operation Atalanta until the end of 2018, allowing it to keep guarding U.N. aid deliveries.

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India takes steps to prevent maritime piracy incidents

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Gulf of Aden (East Coast of Africa), Malacca Strait and West Coast of Africa are shipping routes which suffer incidents of pirate attacks. The Indian Ministry of shipping has released the number of Indian crew hijacked by pirates during the last three years and the current year along with the number of crew.

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VDR warns that risk of pirate attacks remains high

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The German Shipowners’ Association (VDR) once again warns that the threat to shipping posed by pirates has not yet been eliminated. While the number of piracy incidents world-wide has declined according to the piracy report of the International Maritime Bureau of the ICC, this year pirates have already taken temporarily command over 110 seafarers and boarded over 100 ships.

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ONI Piracy Report 20 – 26 October 2016

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The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 20-26 October 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East and West Africa waters is at a low level. There was one reported attack in West Africa on oil infrastructure this past week and one attempted boarding event from a previous week.

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