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  ARCHIVAL RESOURCE. We are no longer updating the page as ICC changes links capriciously and constantly Instead, we are creating a more permanent resource at Adverse Forces/ Piracy section. The section used to consolidate news and reports from the International Chamber of Commerce's Commercial Crime Services on the growing problem of piracy in international waters.  
ICC PIRACY REPORTS
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More soon!
 
 

- IMB issues piracy warning to vessels in the Gulf of Aden. London, 2 July 2008: click here

Check IMB piracy maps for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 at our MAPS page

- Piracy figures up by 20% for first quarter of 2008. London, 16 April 2008: click here

- Le Ponant crew released. London, 14 April 2008: click here

- French yacht hijacking part of growing Somali piracy trend. London, 10 April 2008: click here

- Reported piracy incidents rise sharply in 2007. London, 9 January 2008: click here

- Tanker attacked off Nigeria. London, 6 December 2007: click here

- IMB reports spike in hijackings near Somalia. London, 31 October 2007: click here

- Piracy attacks rise 14% as Nigerian and Somalian coasts become more dangerous. London, 15 October 2007: click here

- Piracy conference urges international intervention to protect shipping off Somalia. London, 13 June 2007: click here

- IMB launches Maritime Security Hotline. London, 13 June 2007: click here

- IMB conference addresses piracy concerns. London, 12 June 2007: click here

- Piracy attacks spike in Somali waters. London, 31 May 2007: click here

- IMB piracy report notes decline in piracy. London, 25 April 2007: click here

- Optimism as piracy attacks fall for third year in a row. London, 22 January 2007: click here

- Global piracy decreasing but hotspots remain deadly. London, 31 October 2006: click here

- New IMB service helps seafarers pinpoint piracy attacks. London, 30 August 2006: click here

- Iraq declared new piracy hotspot. London, 31 January 2006: click here

- Somali pirates detained by US navy. Paris, 24 January 2006: click here

- Unprecedented increase in piracy attacks off Somalia. London, 20 October 2005: click here

- Piracy heats up in Somali waters. London, 21 June 2005: click here

More piracy reports are available in the NEWS pages

- Violence resumes in Malacca Straits. Kuala Lumpur, 15 March 2005: click here

- Malaysian authorities arrest hijackers of Indonesian tug and barge. Kuala Lumpur, 14 January 2005: click here

- Maritime security: separating fact from hype. London, 30 June 2004: click here

- Pirate attacks against ships increase, ICC report finds. London, 24 October 2002: click here

 

 
 
 

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