Two tankers hijacked per month in Southeast Asia

Pirates operating in coastal regions in Southeast Asia hijack an average of one tanker every 14 days, according to a new report from International Maritime Bureau. The number of pirate attacks has increased ten percent in the first quarter of the year.
Photo: Finn Frandsen
Photo: Finn Frandsen

More than half of the 54 attacks reported in the first three months of 2015 took place in Southeast Asia.

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