The annual Piracy and Armed Robbery Report of the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) raises concern over the first successful Somali based hijacking since 2017. Both the number of maritime piracy and armed robbery incidents and the number of crew kidnappings...
In its latest report, the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed a rise in reported piracy and armed robbery incidents against ships in the Gulf of Guinea and concerns for the Singapore Straits. 99 incidents were reported in the first nine months of...
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has raised concern on the resurgence of reported incidents in the Gulf of Guinea waters and the increase in incidents in the Singapore Straits in its mid-year report for 2023. The report was released on 11 July. 65 incidents...
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has recorded the lowest level of reported global piracy and armed robbery incidents since 1993. Yet, the organisation calls for continued vigilance and naval response in its first quarter piracy and armed robbery report for...
The ICC International Maritime Bureau’s annual report recorded 115 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in 2022 – compared to 132 in 2021. Half of them occurred in Southeast Asian waters, particularly in the Singapore Straits, where incidents continue...
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