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Apparently, while all this has been going on off the Somali coast and the Gulf of Aden, another group of pirates (mainly operating from Nigeria) has been rampaging the waters of the Gulf of Guinea and endangering international navigation and trade in that region.
A new project which will boost security and the safety of maritime routes across seven African countries in the Gulf of Guinea was announced today by the European Union.
The Gulf of Guinea has become a favorite among pirates, second only to the waters off Somalia for number of piracy incidents.
Unlike their "colleagues" from the coast of Somalia and the Gulf of Aden, the pirates in the Gulf of Guinea stretching from Guinea to Angola on the West African coast hijack ships to steal cash and goods rather than to get ransom, experts say.
New York, Dhu-AlHijjah 4, 1432, Oct 31, 2011, SPA -- The UN Security Council welcomed Monday a decision by Gulf of Guinea states to hold a summit to counter increasing acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea in the region.
Ghana has become the world's newest oil producer Wednesday, pumping crude for the first time from an offshore field worth billions of dollars in the Gulf of Guinea.
The last major attack in the Gulf of Guinea was in November, when pirates attacked an oil tanker off Benin, killing a Ukrainian sailor and stealing the contents of the ship s safe.
The British and South African mercenary leaders were jailed for 34 years each for their role in a plot to oust Obiang Nguema as head of the former Spanish colony in the Gulf of Guinea.