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Suicide Attack on Saudi Frigate Kills Two Sailors

On Monday, two crewmembers of a Saudi frigate were killed in a suicide attack by Houthi rebels near Hudaydah, on the Red Sea. “A Saudi frigate came under a terrorist attack by three suicide boats belonging to the Houthi militias while on patrol west of the port of Hudaydah,” the Saudi-led coalition said in a statement. “The Saudi ship dealt ...

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Israeli troops kill Palestinian in West Bank clash – officials

JERUSALEM: Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian during a clash on Sunday in the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian medical officials. An Israeli military spokeswoman said Palestinian rioters had “attacked and hurled pipe bombs” at soldiers operating overnight in the area of the Jenin refugee camp. “Responding to the threat, forces fired at (the) main instigators,” the spokeswoman ...

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Trump to honour refugee swap deal with Australia – source

SYDNEY: U.S. President Donald Trump has confirmed that his administration will honour a refugee resettlement deal with Australia, a source close to the Australian government said on Sunday. Trump spoke by telephone with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull earlier on Sunday, officials in both countries said, one of a number of conversations the new U.S. president held with world leaders, ...

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President Buhari’s death rumour: ‘Father, forgive them, for they don’t know what they are doing’

    (TRADE NEWSWIRE):  Yoruba elders say (Bi a ba le ni ti ti, bi a ko ba ba’ni, iwon ni a n ba’ni se ota mo, ise ni a d’eyin l’eyin  eni na) English meaning (When you pursue a person to destroy him and you can’t catch up with him to achieve your destructive aim, then you desist from ...

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New Commander for China’s Navy

Lieutenant Admiral Shen Jinlong has been appointed commander of China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy. There hasn’t been a formal announcement made to date, but a statement on China’s Ministry of Defense website used the new title. 60-year-old Shen, from Shanghai, replaces Admiral Wu Shengli, 71, to lead Asia’s largest navy. During his career, Shen had been: •    commander of the ...

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Russia Expands its Naval Base at Tartus

  On Wednesday, Russia and Syria finalized an agreement that would expand the territory of the Russian naval base at Tartus. In return, Russia will help Syria refurbish its naval vessels.Tartus was the southern terminus of Russia’s “Syrian Express” supply convoy during the Syrian civil war. It has been in Russia’s possession in one form or another since 1971, and ...

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‘Thank you President Muhammadu Buhari, ECOWAS and World leaders for peaceful handover of power in Gambia’

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): I specially thank my President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari GCFR; leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations for ensuring a peaceful transfer of power in the Gambia inspite of minor hiccups that was maturedly and still being handled by you leaders, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. ...

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West African forces poised for Gambia intervention as leader’s mandate ends

West African troops were poised to intervene in Gambia on Thursday after President Yahya Jammeh’s mandate expired and overnight talks to convince him to stand down failed. Senegal has deployed hundreds of soldiers to its shared border with Gambia and Nigeria has pre-positioned war planes and helicopters after regional bloc ECOWAS said it would remove Jammeh if he did not ...

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Power handover in Gambia: President Yahya Jammey is it true?

    (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Salam alaikum your excellency, the President, Islamic Republic of the Gambia, Mr. Yahya Jammeh is it true that Allah says this in the Holy Quran, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Al-Quran,  Chapter 2 Verse 177. Al-Baqara- The Cow It is not righteousness that ye turn your faces toward East or West; but it is righteousness to believe in Allah ...

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Handover of power: Open letter to the Gambian President Yahya Jammeh

  Salam alaikum your excellency sir, First, i urge you to patiently watch the video clips herewith. The end of the former Liberian President Samuel Doe The end of the former Côte d’Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo   Haven finished watching the videos, I am sure, it is either you like or dislike it. You can also see that situations of ...

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A Change of Command for HMS Daring – By Camelback

Nearly three years in charge of HMS Daring came to an end on a Bahrain beach on the back of a camel for Cdr. Phil Dennis. Rather than a sports car or vintage vehicle to whisk him away from his ship for a traditional send-off, his ship’s company arranged for a camel to carry the officer away. The Type 45 destroyer ...

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New Zealand Navy Accepts Moko Tattoo

  Rawiri Barriball has become the first sailor to get clearance from the New Zealand Navy to wear a full facial Māori tattoo (Moko). “I know there’s a bad rap with people having moko. The more people that get it, the more it will be accepted,” said Barriball, who has served in the Navy for 20 years. “It’s not something ...

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Royal Navy Invests in Laser Weapons System

  The Royal Navy may be losing its anti-ship missiles next year, but it does plan to give its warships a new way to defend against the enemy’s ordnance. The Ministry of Defense says that it has given an industry consortium two years and $37 million to design, build and test a laser directed energy weapon at sea and on ...

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Naval Strategy: Restraint Rather Than Hegemony

Barry Posen is Ford International Professor of Political Science at MIT, Director of the MIT Security Studies Program, and serves on the Executive Committee of Seminar XXI. In his most recent book, “Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S. Grand Strategy,” Dr. Posen critiques Liberal Hegemony, the intellectual foundation of current U.S. grand strategy. He presents a bold new vision, a Grand Strategy of ...

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Russian plane bound for Syria crashes into Black Sea

A Russian military plane with 91 people on board has crashed into the Black Sea and debris from the plane has been found in the sea near Sochi, media reports said. The plane disappeared from radar 20 minutes after taking off from Adler airport in the resort of Sochi at 05:20 (02:20 GMT), said a BBC report. The Russian defence ...

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Education, military spending take top spots in Saudi budget

  Education and military expenditures take the top two spots in Saudi Arabia’s 2017 budget, which estimates a spending of SR890 billion ($237.3 billion), an 8 percent increase from 2016. Revenue is projected to reach SR692 billion ($184.5 billion) in 2017, a 31 percent increase from initial projections. The budget deficit is expected to reach SR198 billion in 2017, reflecting ...

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Fourth Astute Class Submarine Named

  Audacious, the fourth attack submarine in the Astute class, was officially named on Friday during a ceremony at BAE Systems’ submarine site in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, UK. Audacious has been preceded by HMS Astute, Ambush and Artful, and the ceremony comes almost a year to the day since Artful was officially handed over. Rear Admiral Mike Wareham, Director Submarines Acquisition ...

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U.S. Congress Passes Annual Defense Bill

  The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a compromise version of an annual defense policy bill on Thursday without controversial provisions such as requiring women to register for the draft or allowing contractors to make religion-based hiring decisions. Ninety-two senators backed the $618.7 billion National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, and seven opposed it. Because it passed the House of Representatives ...

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New Submarine for Russia’s Black Sea Fleet

The Russian Navy has taken delivery of the diesel-electric submarine Kolpino at a ceremony in Saint Petersburg.According to the Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Vladimir Korolyov, the six Varshavyanka-class submarines of the 636.3 project will allow the Black Sea Fleet to accomplish tasks in its operational zone in cooperation with surface ships and naval aviation. “Quietness, reliability, perfect controllability and effectiveness ...

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Security alert: Strategic report to Nigerian security agencies

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): 1, There might be attacks by Boko Haram in Kano, Kaduna and Adamawa states any time soon, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports.   2, Police station(s) in Kano and Adamawa states might be attacked any time soon, Nigeria Police Force should beef up security around their stations. It should be noted that on this number (2) those that might ...

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Security alert: Strategic report to Nigerian govt on Boko Haram

  1, Boko Haram insurgents are likely to launch an attack on IDP camp(s) particularly in Borno State anytime soon. Nature of the attack: A, More likely to be abduction of inhabitants therein, less likely to be massacre but not completely ruled out B, They are also much likely to steal foodstuffs at the camp as they might come in ...

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Strategic report: To Nigerian security agencies on Boko Haram

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Nigerian security agencies should step up their fight against Boko Haram insurgents and anticipatorily fortify it with strong intelligence gathering to nip their nefarious operations in the bud now, because their might be a re-launch of their attacks as it was before the emergence of this present government by mid 2017/ 2018 till 2019 ahead of the ...

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U.S. Navy Invests in Subsea Threat Detection Array

Next year, General Dynamics’ Mission Systems Maritime and Strategic Systems division will begin developing a new submarine detection sensor array for the U.S. Navy. The Office of Naval Research project, code named DRAPES (Deep Reliable Acoustic Path Exploitation System), is part of the Future Naval Capabilities program. It will involve the construction and installation of three arrays of acoustic sensors.  ...

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Bomb plot targeting Saudi stadium thwarted

  Saudi security officials thwarted a terror plot targeting a stadium in Jeddah prior to an international football match between the Saudi team and  the UAE, authorities have announced. The four suspects have been arrested after foiling the plot which targeted the Al-Jowharah Stadium on October 11, a spokesman of the Ministry of Interior said. The authorities also brought down ...

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Rescue mission

A handout picture provided by the Spanish Army Mayor Staff (AJEMA) showing the rescue of around 703 immigrants by the frigate ‘Navarr’ close to the Libyan coast on October 25.  The rescue happened during an operation with the EU authorities missions against the illegal human traffic.  EPA/Spanish Army Mayor Staff

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How 21 missing Chibok girls were freed — Officials

The Nigerian government has given an insight into the negotiations that led to the release of 21 Chibok school girls. A confirmation the girls had been freed came Thursday morning. The girls –nearly 300 – were abducted by the extremist sect Boko Haram on April 14, 2014, from a secondary school in Chibok. Some 50 of the girls managed to ...

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Peace: Strategic report on Nigeria

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Nigerians should PRAY for a peaceful Nigeria that is devoid of military coup-plot and other related vices  in the third decade of this century i. e between 2020 and 2030, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Nigeria Shall Be Great and Peaceful. May God Guide Our Leaders Right. Sulaiman Adenekan A Strategist/ Publisher TRADE NEWSWIRE (www.tradenewswire.net)

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Libyan Navy Patrol Fired “Warning Shots” at Aid Ship

  On Tuesday, Libyan navy spokesman Ayoub Qassem acknowledged that one of the force’s patrol boats had opened fire in the direction of the chartered anchor handler Bourbon Argos on August 17. He asserted that the patrol believed the Argos was involved in smuggling, and that when pursued, the Argos failed to respond to radio calls and altered her heading, prompting ...

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11 premature babies killed in Baghdad hospital fire

At least 11 prematurely born babies were killed in a fire that broke out in the early hours of Wednesday on a maternity ward in a Baghdad hospital and was probably caused by an electrical fault, the health ministry said. Seven other babies and 29 women were rescued from the Yarmuk hospital’s maternity ward and transferred to another hospital, the ...

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In China, fears that Pokemon GO may aid locating military bases

BEIJING: Not everyone loves Pokemon GO, the mobile game that has become an instant hit around the world since a limited release just a week ago. The augmented reality game, in which players walk around real-life neighbourhoods to hunt and catch virtual cartoon characters on their smartphone screens, has been blamed in the United States for several robberies of distracted ...

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[Updated] North Korea Fires Missile

North Korea fired a ballistic missile from a submarine on Saturday but it appears to have failed soon after launch, South Korea’s military said. According to local media, North Korea launched a single Pukkuksong-1 SLBM (also known as the KN-10 by the United States and South Korea) from a Sinpo-class submarine near Sinpo, South Hamgyong Province. The launch comes at ...

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EGA to launch construction of bauxite mine in Guinea

Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) will begin construction on a major bauxite mine in the Republic of Guinea, to secure supply of the high-quality raw material for its primary aluminium production facilities in the UAE. EGA also aims to create a new, substantial revenue stream through significant exports to Asia, a company statement said. EGA announced it has received final approval ...

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Indonesia Could be the New Somalia

  Indonesia fears piracy on a busy shipping route along its maritime border with the Philippines could hit levels seen in Somalia unless security is tightened, the chief security minister said on Thursday, following a spate of kidnappings. The waters form part of major shipping arteries that carry $40 billion worth of cargo a year, analysts say, and the corridor ...

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Strategic security report: To Nigerian government on abducted Chibok girls

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): I urge the National Intelligence Agency to work in collaboration with the International Police (INTERPOL) and country’s local police to beam their security intelligence searchlight on CHAD, NIGER and probably (LIBYA) with respect to the abducted Chibok girls provided the just released video is authenticated to be newly filmed to a pointer that the girls are still ...

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TO PRESIDENT BUHARI: PROPOSAL ON HOW TO USE INTELLIGENCE GATHERING TO STEM INSECURITY, AID GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA

 Your Excellency sir, BY: SULAIMAN ADENEKAN B.Sc (Hons) Bus Admin, MBA (Marketing), MNIMN, arpa COMPANY: TRADE NEWSWIRE (www.tradenewswire.net) POSITION: A STRATEGIST/ PUBLISHER E-MAIL: sulaimanadenekan@yahoo.com PHONE: +234 8099400135, 8024437214 NOTE: The information below is my personal and humble opinion that was drafted in 2011 as a concerned citizen of Nigeria; this proposal welcomes review, criticism, correction and condemnation from the public ...

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North Korean Submarine Test-fires Ballistic Missile

NK News reports that North Korea attempted the launch of a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) from a Sinpo-class submarine on Wednesday. The submarine returned to port after a few hours, which South Korean experts believe indicates the attempt was a failure. The South Korean Defense Ministry refused to confirm or deny the claim. “All we can say is that our ...

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Japanese Submarine Makes Historic Call to Philippines

A Japanese submarine made a port call in the Philippines, the first in 15 years, on Sunday in a show of growing military cooperation amid tension triggered by China’s growing assertiveness in the South China Sea. One of the newest and largest submarines in the Japanese navy, it was escorted into the former U.S. Navy Base at Subic Bay by ...

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NIMASA, Nigerian Navy, others rescue hijacked MT Sampataki tanker vessel off Lome

  .NIMASA partners Republic of Benin, Togo government and International agencies on rescue operations .Where-about of five abducted crew members on board still unknown, as search continues .NIMASA continues lobbying for passage of Anti-piracy bill .NIMASA reviews MoU with The Nigerian Navy and The Nigerian Air force on coastal security .Maritime Guard Command deployed by NIMASA to patrol off the ...

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TO PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI: PROPOSAL ON HOW TO STOP RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM FOR PEACE TO REIGN IN NIGERIA

  Your excellency sir BY: SULAIMAN ADENEKAN B.Sc (Hons) Bus Admin, MBA (Marketing), MNIMN, arpa COMPANY: TRADE NEWSWIRE (www.tradenewswire.net) POSITION: A STRATEGIST/ PUBLISHER E-MAIL: sulaimanadenekan@yahoo.com PHONE: +234 8099400135, 8024437214 NOTE: The information below is my personal and humble opinion that was drafted in 2012 as a concerned citizen of Nigeria; this proposal welcomes review, criticism, correction and condemnation from the ...

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Somali Militants Seize Puntland Port

  Somali al Shabaab fighters have seized a small port in the semi-autonomous Puntland region, the latest sign of a resurgence in activity by the Islamist militants in the Horn of Africa nation. A series of offensives last year by the African Union force AMISOM and the Somali National Army had driven al Shabaab out of major strongholds in the ...

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Nigerian Navy Arrests Tanker Hijack Suspect

The Nigerian Navy has arrested a key suspect in last month’s hijack of the oil tanker, MT Maximus. Commodore Abraham Adaji made the announcement on Saturday while handing over the tanker to Rene Von Loenens, Managing Director of ship agency company Super Maritime Nigeria Limited. The name and nationality of the suspect was not given. Adaji said the vessel was ...

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Lagos-Mile 12 clash: ‘Stop spreading tribal-hate reports that could aggravate violence’

(TRADE NEWSWIRE): I urge Nigerians, especially ‘Opinion leaders’, be it individual(s) or corporate entity, to please be modest and decorous in the kind of information shared on social media and other media platforms with respect to the Lagos-Mile 12 clash, so as not to help sow seeds of hatred in the minds of vulnerable Nigerians which could further aggravate the ...

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Guidance for Preventing Stowaways Issued

International Registries, acting for the Republic of the Marshall Islands has issued a guidance document for preventing stowaways. Despite the implementation of the ISPS Code, preventing stowaway access and properly handling stowaways once they have been discovered has been challenging, says the organization. Stowaways continue to be discovered on board Marshall Islands’ flagged vessels both at sea and upon arrival ...

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Piracy: Ten Indian Seafarers Rescued by Nigerian Navy

Ten Indian seafarers have been rescued after their ship was hijacked by pirates near Africa’s Ivory Coast, India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said in a tweet on Sunday. The rescue was undertaken with the help of the Nigerian Navy. However, an eleventh Indian and one Pakistani sailor are yet to be rescued. The sailors were on board UAE-controlled tanker Maximus, ...

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Strategic Report: Aviation alert to Nigerian government

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Nigerian government / aviation sector should step up efforts to ensure safety and security of the nation’s aviation sector to avoid any form of disaster (plane crash) any time soon, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. – Likely disaster zone: Ogun state – Likely Local government area (s) of accident: Ifo or Ewekoro LGA – Likely cause of accident: more ...

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Turkey denies soldiers entered Syria

Turkish Defence Minister Ismet Yilmaz denied a report that some Turkish soldiers had entered Syria at the weekend and said Ankara was not considering sending troops into its neighbour, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Monday. Syria’s government had said Turkish forces were believed to be among 100 gunmen who entered Syria on Saturday with 12 pick-up trucks mounted with ...

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Piracy Less Severe in 2015, but IMB Advises Vigilance

The IMB Piracy Reporting Center, a division of the International Chamber of Commerce, has released its annual piracy report for 2015. Many trends are encouraging: the total number of reported attacks stayed level with the prior year, but hostage-taking and attackers’ possession of firearms are both down by nearly half. Notably, no incidents were reported off Somalia last year. The ...

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We’ve driven Boko Haram to fall-back positions, says Buhari

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday that Nigeria has made significant progress towards ending Boko Haram insurgency since his assumption of office. Speaking at a meeting with United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki Moon on the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, Buhari said in collaboration with the Multinational Joint Task Force, the Nigerian Armed Forces ...

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Strategic report: ‘Security agencies should watch-out for crooked grand protest in Lagos’

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): Security agencies should be on the look-out for a grand protest with a crooked ulterior motive in Lagos aimed at disrupting the activities and tarnishing the image of the government, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. The real aim and objective of the grand protest will be facade with a more masses-friendly objective so as to legalise the protest and ...

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Strategic report: To security agencies on arrival of President Buhari from overseas and situation in Kano

  Security agencies should prior to and on arrival of President Buhari from overseas to Nigeria strengthen security to cover the journey (route) he will embark to his destination i.e firstly, at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and from the airport to the villa, (IMPORTANT). Security should still be strengthened in Kano, as the state is still flashing RED. NIGERIA SHALL ...

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Strategic report: To President Muhammadu Buhari on security in Nigerian waters

Your Excellency sir, (TRADE NEWSWIRE): I humbly write to inform you that in months to come the level of insecurity in the Nigerian waters may likely increase tremendously, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Due to this, The Nigerian Navy needed to be equipped to face the envisaged challenges as earlier proposed in a report published on April 28, 2015, which was addressed ...

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Strategic report: Security alert on Lagos

(TRADE NEWSWIRE): Security agencies in the state should please brace up to avert attack(s) through likely use of explosive-related device(s) in Lagos state any time soon, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Beef-up your security search light across the entire state but in particular step-up your efforts in and around (ALLEN AVENUE / OPEBI axis) among other strategic places in the state. NIGERIA ...

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Somali Pirates Hijack Iranian Fishing Vessel

Somali pirates have hijacked an Iranian fishing vessel with 15 crew members, a Somali official and a maritime expert said on Monday amid warnings that piracy might be making a comeback in the Indian Ocean. Although there are still occasional cases of sea attacks, piracy near Somalia’s coast had largely subsided in the past three years, mainly due to shipping ...

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Strategic report: To Nigerian security agencies on insecurity in Lagos, Ogun

(TRADE NEWSWIRE): With respect to insecurity in Lagos and Ogun in the recent times, may I suggest the following strategies to our security agencies and the affected state governments for their consideration?TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. 1, Beam your security searchlight on (border towns) located around Lagos/ Benin Republic border and Ogun / Benin Republic border. 2, Collaborate with security agencies in ...

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Gunmen Take 170 Hostages at Radisson Blu Hotel in Mali

  Explosions and gunshots heard at hotel in capital, Bamako Two gunmen took 170 hostages during an attack at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the Malian capital, Bamako, its owner, Rezidor Hotel Group, said. Those held inside the hotel include 140 guests and 30 employees, Rezidor said in a statement on its website. United Nations forces and Malian government troops ...

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Strategic report: To Nigerian security agencies

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): I urge security agencies to beef-up security at prisons accross the country to avoid jail brake any time soon, this is important, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. Security should be steped-up at military formations, Nigeria police inclusive, in (Abuja) in particular to avoid attack (s). Abuja and its environs should be under close security watch, government security agencies should ...

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‘Schweppes bomb’ used to bring down Russian jet: IS

Islamic State’s official magazine carried a photo on Wednesday of a Schweppes drink it said was used to make an improvised bomb that brought down a Russian airliner over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula last month, killing all 224 people on board. The photo showed a can of Schweppes Gold soft drink and what appeared to be a detonator and switch on ...

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As Piracy Recedes, Kenya Invites Cruise Ships Back

East Africa’s biggest port of Mombasa will spend $1 million to build a new cruise ship terminal aimed at boosting tourism, port management said on Wednesday. Piracy in the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean struck a major dent into cruise tourism in the region, but the industry has rebounded since 2011, with enhanced naval patrols and deployment of ...

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Dasuki awarded N333bn fake arms contracts –Panel

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday received the interim report of the 13-man committee set up by the Office of the National Security Adviser to audit the procurement of arms and equipment in the Armed Forces and Defence sector from 2007 to date with a directive that all indicted persons be arrested and brought to book. According to a statement on ...

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STRATEGIC REPORT: To Nigerian security agencies on Taraba State

  (TRADE NEWSWIRE): I urge Nigerian security agencies, especially the Department of State Security to beam their security searchlight on Taraba State with immediate effect, as a new set of terror/militia group NOT BOKO HARAM in this case but likely to operate same way Boko Haram does, may likely spring up in Taraba State in weeks of months to come ...

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Russia halts Egypt flights as bomb theory builds up

Moscow suspended passenger flights to Egypt and the US imposed new air travel security steps in the wake of the crash of a Russian jet in Egypt, as Western officials pointed on Friday to the conclusion it was brought down by a bomb. A group affiliated with Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the crash of an Airbus A321 operated ...

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Singapore: Unmanned Vessel Tested in Security Operation

  Over 900 participants from 15 agencies including the Singapore armed forces, police, customs and port authorities took part in a maritime security exercise using an unmanned vessel in Singapore this week. Exercise Highcrest 2015 involved the interception of a “hijacked” merchant vessel and a small-boat terrorist attack. During the exercise, which was organized by the Singapore Maritime Crisis Centre, ...

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Army declares 100 Boko Haram chiefs wanted

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai yesterday declared 100 members of the Boko Haram sect wanted. Their arrest, he said, would help in the final push against the terrorists in the Northeast. Gen. Buratai spoke at the launch of the, anti-Boko Haram Terrorists Campaign materials at the Maimalari Barracks in Maiduguri headquarters of the 7 Division. He ...

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To President Muhammadu Buhari on Boko Haram

  Your Excellency sir, 1, I humbly appeal to you not to place time-lag/ deadline on when to end Boko Haram terrorist acts again, just let the fight continue. 2, Beam your security searchlight more on private security firms in the country especially foreign owned ones. 3, Beam your security searchlight on hotels across the country most especially lodgement that ...

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PROPOSAL ON HOW TO STOP RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM FOR PEACE TO REIGN IN NIGERIA

  BY: SULAIMAN ADENEKAN B.Sc (Hons) Bus Admin, MBA (Marketing), MNIMN, arpa COMPANY: TRADE NEWSWIRE (www.tradenewswire.net) POSITION: A STRATEGIST/ PUBLISHER E-MAIL: sulaimanadenekan@yahoo.com PHONE: 08168927415, 08099400135, 08024437214 NOTE: The information below is my personal and humble opinion that was drafted in 2012 as a concerned citizen of Nigeria; this proposal welcomes review, criticism, correction and condemnation from the public where necessary ...

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