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Senegal Seizes 750 Kilos of Cocaine in Shipments Set for Europe

Senegal seized 750 kilos (1,650 pounds) of cocaine Sunday on a ship traveling from Brazil, hidden inside 15 cars with final destinations that included...
Pirat attack in the Gulf of Guinea

Countering Gulf of Guinea Piracy Towards 2025

By François Morizur. In a recent article, I tried to foresee the form that piracy in the Gulf of Guinea could take over...

The maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea and the SWAIMS project

Ce numéro spécial de la revue "Le Journal du douanier francophone" donne la parole à Serge Rinkel, vice-président de l’AIDF (Association internationale des douaniers...

Anti-piracy: NIMASA triumphs against 10 pirates

Last week Thursday, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in collaboration with the Nigerian Navy, foiled a pirate attack on a...

Africa Blue Economy Strategy

The Africa Blue Economy Strategy was developed following the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference that took place in Nairobi, Kenya in 2018. The African...
G7 Bruxelles 2 juillet 2019

France Ghana Chair of G7++ FoGG met in Brussels on 2nd July 2019

The G7++ Friends of the Gulf of Guinea Group (FoGG) met on Tuesday, 2 July in Brussels, co-chaired by France and Ghana with the...
Symposium Maritime Security June 2019

Recommandations of Symposium on maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea

When piracy or armed robbery happen at sea, seafarers are on the frontline, at risk of being injured, assaulted, taken hostage or killed....

MICA Center annual report on worldwide maritime piracy and robbery

For the second consecutive year, the Maritime Information Cooperation & Awareness Center (MICA Center) publishes an annual review of maritime piracy and robbery events....