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Castor Vali flash report CV916 regarding an attack 62NM W of Libreville, Gabon
Castor Vali flash report CV915 regarding an attack in Douala Anchorage, Cameroon
Castor Vali Flash report CV914 regarding a robbery in Lagos Anchorage Area, Nigeria
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Over the reporting period, six incidents have been recorded globally.
- One incident in West Africa VRA/HR and five incidents in Southeast Asia Region.
During the reporting period, ten incidents were recorded globally.
Three incidents in East Africa HRA and Indian Ocean, and seven incidents in West Africa HRA.
During the reporting period, five incidents were recorded globally. Two incidents in East Africa HRA and Indian Ocean, and three incidents in West Africa HRA.
- East Africa HRA: Suspicious activity in the Gulf of Aden highlights latent piracy threat posed to commercial vessels
- Mediterranean: Artillery strike on Tripoli Port marks significant militancy threat to commercial vessels and port operator
During the reporting period, three incidents were recorded globally.
- Three incidents in West Africa HRA
- West Africa HRA: Boarding highlights ever-present piracy threat to vessels transiting deep offshore in the Gulf of Guinea
- East Africa HRA: Floating mines threaten vessel transit in Red Sea