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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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ReCAAP reports 17% rise in piracy incidences across Asia

by Ridzwan Rahmat

The intergovernmental maritime body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a total of 97 piracy incidences across Asia for 2020.

This represents an increase of 17% over the number of cases reported in 2019 and is the highest since 2016. The increase has been largely attributed to a rise in the number of cases across Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Vietnam, the South China Sea, and the Singapore Strait.

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