The world's biggest container shipping line, Maersk, now says that security for vessels and crews in the Gulf of Guinea off the western coast of Africa is so poor that it may be life-threatening to sail in the pirate-plagued waters.
Maersk therefore proposes a two-fold effort in the Gulf of Guinea to combat the growing number of assaults, armed robberies and kidnappings.
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