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Robbers Carry Out Another Boarding in Indonesian Anchorage

Another anchored bulk carrier was boarded by robbers on July 24, as three culprits climbed aboard the ship which ...

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Robbers Strike Again in Indonesian Anchorage

A number of robbers boarded an anchored Indian-registered bulk carrier, Vishva Nidhi, unnoticed and escaped with ...

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Armed Pirates Board Tanker in Indonesian Waters

Ten armed pirates boarded a tanker while it was underway some 26 nautical miles off the Indonesian Mangkai Island ...

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Indonesia's Coal to Philippines on Hold, Seven More Abducted

In light of the latest kidnapping of seven crewmembers in the southern Philippines, Indonesia said that ...

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SE Asian Countries Join Forces to Stop Kidnappings

In an effort to deal with the rising number of kidnappings and pirate attacks in the Southeast Asia, the ...

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Armed Robbers Board Anchored Vessel off Indonesia

An anchored heavy lift carrier was boarded by four robbers armed with guns off Batu Ampar, Batam Island, ...

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Climate Activists Target Coal Shipments in Indonesia

Climate activists have continued their protest against coal shipments over the weekend targeting Indonesia, the ...

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Tanker Freed from Hijackers off Indonesia, Nine Arrested

The Indonesian Navy has retrieved an oil tanker that had been hijacked by pirates off Borneo arresting nine ...

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Pirates Free Ten Kidnapped Indonesian Crewmembers

Ten Indonesian crewmembers who were kidnapped on March 26 in the Philippine waters have been released from ...

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Vessel Owners Warned of Dangers of Shipping Indonesian Coal

Following a number of recent incidents the mutual insurance company The London P&I Club has issued a ...

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Netherlands, Indonesia Forge Maritime Ties

The Netherlands and Indonesia have signed a maritime collaboration agreement in an effort to strengthen ties in the ...

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Ships Urged to Avoid Philippine Waters amid Piracy Surge

Indonesia has issued a warning to all vessels to stay clear of transiting areas around the southern Philippines as ...

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Indonesian Ports Halt Coal Shipments to Philippines

Indonesia is restricting shipping of coal to its neighboring Philippines following a rise in hijackings of its ...

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Indonesian Tug Freed, Kidnapped Crew Still Held Hostage

The hijacked Indonesian tug Brahma 12 has been released and is now being held by the Philippine authorities, the ...

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Ten Indonesian Crew Kidnapped off Philippines

An Indonesian crew of ten people have been kidnapped in the Philippines, according to the Indonesian Embassy in ...

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Cargo Ship Hits Reef, Sinks in Indonesia

A 1980-built general cargo ship KM Bunga Melati XV sank in the port of Tagulandang in Indonesia in the afternoon on ...

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Pertamina Orders Eight Tankers from Local Yards

Indonesian oil and gas company PT Pertamina has ordered eight 17,500 DWT tankers from domestic yards for a total of ...

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19 Evacuated as Ship Bursts into Flames

The entire crew of 19 people was evacuated after their ship, the 2006-built general cargo vessel Lintas Belawan, ...

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One Dies, 26 Evacuated as Tanker Sinks in Malacca Strait

One crew member died while 26 more were evacuated after a 1983-built chemical tanker Nusantara Akbar started ...

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Update 2: Indonesian Ferry Death Toll Jumps to 63

Forty more bodies were recovered from the sea, bringing the death toll to 63, after a passenger vessel Marina Baru ...

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Dozens Missing, Three Dead after Ferry Sinks off Indonesia

Over 70 people are missing and three have been confirmed dead after a passenger vessel Marina Baru capsized on ...

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