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ReCAAP ISC reports nine piracy incidents in October

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The number of incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia in October 2017 increased slightly compared to the same period in 2016, but the total number of incidents during January-October 2017 is the lowest among the 10-year reporting period, according to ReCAAP ISC's latest report.

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Four piracy incidents reported last week

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During the period of 24-30 October, four incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships, comprising three actual incidents and one attempted incident, were reported according to ReCAAP ISC's weekly report. Of these, one was a piracy incident and three were armed robberies against ships.

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ReCAAP reports decrease of piracy incidents in Asia

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ReCAAP ISC has issued its Quarterly Report, reporting a total of 50 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia, on January-September 2017. The overall situation in Asia continues to improve with the lowest number of incidents reported at this period, compared to the same period of 2007-2016. 

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Another vessel robbed off Malaysia

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Four persons armed with a gun and knives boarded a LPG carrier, on September 7, around 35 nm off Pulau Aur, Malaysia, stealing crew and ship’s properties. The incident occurred only one day after 13 armed perpetrators boarded a Thai-flagged product tanker, off West Malaysia.

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