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ONI report for 16-22 February 2017

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 16 – 22 February 2017. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East Africa waters is at a low level. ONI also published Worldwide Threat to Shipping report, which provides info on piracy threats to, and criminal action against, merchant vessels worldwide, in period 23 January – 22 February 2017.

ONI reports two kidnapping incidents in Gulf of Guinea

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 2 – 8 February 2017 . According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East Africa is in a low level, as there were no incidents reported, and in West Africa is in a moderate level, as there were two kidnappings this week.

ONI Report for 19 – 25 January 2017

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 19 – 25 January 2017. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East and West Africa waters is at a low level.

ONI Report for 22 – 28 December 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 22 – 28 December 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East and West Africa waters is at a low level.

ONI Piracy Report for 1-7 December 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 1-7 December 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East and West Africa waters is at a low level.

ONI Piracy Report for 24-30 November 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 24-30 November 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East Africa waters is at a low level while at a moderate level in West Africa.

ONI Piracy Report for 10 – 16 November 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 10 – 16 November 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East Africa waters is at a low level while at a moderate level in West Africa.

ONI Piracy Report 20 – 26 October 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 20-26 October 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in East and West Africa waters is at a low level. There was one reported attack in West Africa on oil infrastructure this past week and one attempted boarding event from a previous week.

ONI Piracy Report for 6-12 October 2016

The Office of Naval Intelligence has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 6-12 October 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in African waters is at a low level.

ONI Piracy Report for 29 September – 5 October 2016

The ONI has issued its Piracy Analysis and Warning Weekly Report for 29 September – 5 October 2016. According to the report, pirate and maritime crime activity in African waters is at a low level. In West Africa waters, there was one attack against oil infrastructure this week and late reporting of an attack on a military unit from the previous week.

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