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Friday, 14 January 2011AdministratorAverage rating313 Latest attack changes dynamic of Somali piracy /index.php/site_content/item/313-latest-attack-changes-dynamic-of-somali-piracy
A recent incident could signal a worrying development in the tactics employed by Somali pirates, according to the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB).
Thursday, 11 November 2010AdministratorAverage rating314 IMB identifies rash of false shipments into North Africa /index.php/site_content/item/314-imb-identifies-rash-of-false-shipments-into-north-africa
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has identified a series of potential documentary frauds related to purported shipments into North Africa.
Monday, 18 October 2010AdministratorAverage rating315 Pirates intensify attacks in new areas, with first Somali hijacking reported in Red Sea /index.php/site_content/item/315-pirates-intensify-attacks-in-new-areas-with-first-somali-hijacking-reported-in-red-sea
Somali pirates intensified attacks away from their own coast and were responsible for 44% of the 289 piracy incidents on the world’s seas in the first nine months of 2010, according to a report publi ...
Tuesday, 28 September 2010AdministratorAverage rating316 FIB warns against suspect gold transactions /index.php/site_content/item/316-fib-warns-against-suspect-gold-transactions
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has recently been referred a number of suspicious transactions relating to gold that has purportedly originated in Africa.
Friday, 20 August 2010AdministratorAverage rating317 IMB warns against misuse of NVOCC Bills of Lading /index.php/site_content/item/317-imb-warns-against-misuse-of-nvocc-bills-of-lading
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has identified a number of fraudulent shipments originating in India, all appearing on otherwise convincing shipping documents.
Thursday, 15 July 2010AdministratorAverage rating318 Pirates face new resistance as navies strike back, says IMB /index.php/site_content/item/318-pirates-face-new-resistance-as-navies-strike-back-says-imb
While Somali pirates demonstrated increased range and capabilities, there has been a relative decline in pirate attacks worldwide for the first two quarters of 2010, according to a report issued toda ...
Tuesday, 06 July 2010AdministratorAverage rating319 First vessel hijacked by pirates in the Red Sea /index.php/site_content/item/319-first-vessel-hijacked-by-pirates-in-the-red-sea
Following a recent spate of attempted attacks in the region, Somali pirates successfully hijacked a vessel in the southern part of the Red Sea on Sunday.
Thursday, 01 July 2010AdministratorAverage rating320 10th Annual CCS Economic Crime Lecture /index.php/site_content/item/320-10th-annual-ccs-economic-crime-lecture
The 10th Annual CCS Economic Crime Lecture, sponsored by QEB Hollis Whiteman and PCB Litigation, gave an insight into the mindset of fraudsters and showed how companies can use this information to re ...
Wednesday, 02 June 2010AdministratorAverage rating321 FIB urges caution over online commodity trades /index.php/site_content/item/321-fib-urges-caution-over-online-commodity-trades
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has urged caution over sourcing commodities from online suppliers, particularly from those who offer a wide range of products but lack established credent ...
Wednesday, 21 April 2010AdministratorAverage rating322 Worldwide hijackings rise as pirates expand area of operation /index.php/site_content/item/322-worldwide-hijackings-rise-as-pirates-expand-area-of-operation
Somali pirates were responsible for 35 of the 67 piracy incidents reported worldwide during the first quarter of the year, the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) reported today.