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- Gulf of Guinea attacks suggest pirates have extended their operational range
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Trained ex-soldiers pay for unneeded extra courses to produce 23 pieces of paperworkGuardcon can protect shipowners against...
UK factory raid uncovers ‘stacks’ of security officer and firearms competency...Fake certificates cast doubt over liability...
Forged documents spell legal minefield for a disputed case like the Enrica Lexie shootingsOwners at risk of employing unqualified armed guards
Matrix 1 hijacking indicates West Africa shift from cargo theft to kidnap for ransom
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- Greece shipowners learn to live with new laws and levies
As the shooting stops, it is better for all parties to have a starting point for negotiations
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