(Garowe Online) - Puntland Maritime Police Force (PMPF) apprehended 5 illegal fishing boats and 78 fishermen off the coast of Bossaso on Tuesday, Garowe Online reports. PMPF Coordinator, Admiral Abdirizak Diriye Farah, who spoke to press on ... Radio Garowe, 4 weeks ago
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(2013-04-27) Maritime police in Somalia's semi-autonomous region of Puntland seized five Iranian ships and detained 78 Iranians in a rare crackdown on illegal fishing in Somalia. Somalia has long complained about illegal fishing off its shores but ...Club of Mozambique, 3 weeks ago Illegal fishing crackdown in Somalia, 78 Iranians detained Town Hall, 4 weeks ago Somalia's Maritime police seized five Iranian ships Channel Africa, 3 weeks ago Somali Authorities Nab 78 in Rare Crackdown on Illegal Fishing GCaptain, 3 weeks ago
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The Puntland Maritime Police Force (PMPF) on Wednesday (April 24th) arrested 78 Iranian sailors and 12 Somalis who were illegally fishing off the coast of Bosaso. The men had five boats when they were captured between Elanyo and Qow districts, ...AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago Puntland Maritime Forces Capture... AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago Conflict in North Somalia: Congo Style War for Resources Global Research, 1 month ago
The Spanish Oceanic Patrol Vessel ESPS Rayo, as part of the EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Somalia - Operation Atalanta, has taken advantage of her second port visit in Djibouti to conduct training on 20 and 21 March 2013 with the Djiboutian Navy and ...AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago
(Garowe Online) - A Bossaso court convicted on Sunday, 78 Iranians who were caught in April illegally fishing in Puntland state waters, Garowe Online reports. On Sunday, Judge Sheikh Adan Ahmed handed out fines of 100,000 US dollars to the owners of ...Radio Garowe, 3 days ago Iranians Convicted of Illegal Fishin... AllAfrica.com, 3 days ago
During counter piracy patrols in April, EU NAVFOR forces spotted this group of suspected pirates setting off from a beach in Somalia. Photo: EU NAVFOR By Mohammed Abbas LONDON, May 7 (Reuters) Britain will help boost radio communications on ...GCaptain, 2 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Britain pledges anti-piracy aid at key Somalia summit London South East, 2 weeks ago Britain pledges anti-piracy aid at key Somalia summit IT Business Net, 2 weeks ago
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The Somalia Conference 2013 is aimed at providing international support to the new federal government's plans. Prime Minister It's a great pleasure to welcome you all to London and a particular pleasure to welcome President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ...10 Downing Street, 23 hours ago Somalia Conference 7 May 2013: key outcomes Noodls, 1 week ago Somalia Conference 2013: Communiqué GlobalSecurity.org, 2 weeks ago Somalia: Second London Conference opens amid protests Radio Garowe, 2 weeks ago
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A suspected pirate skiff is seen near Bossaso. It's not always easy to spot pirates, with them often looking like fishermen Piracy is still a growing problem on Africa's west coast Hidden satellite navigational systems will help the authorities ...Institution of Electrical Engineers, 23 hours ago
Since emerging in 1991 out of the violence and instability that had devastated its region in the years preceding (a fact often forgotten) and following the collapse of the Siyad Barre regime, Somaliland has made considerable political, social and ...Somaliland Times, 1 week ago
International efforts to limit Somali piracy are having some effect, with the story dropping out of the headlines over the past year. In the first three months of this year, there were only five attempts and only one successful hijacking (a fishing ...Foreign Policy Magazine, 1 week ago Somalia Charts New Course in Battle Against Piracy Individual.com, 1 month ago
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