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Yemen govt reaches agreement with Houthi rebels to end crisis

Sep 11, 2014

Yemen govt reaches agreement with Houthi rebels to end crisis

The decade-old Houthi insurrection is just one of several security challenges in a country which is also home to one of al Qaeda's most active wings #United States #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #Yemen #Sana'a #Ali Abdullah Saleh #Gulf of Aden #Saudi Arabia #Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi #Shi'ite #Sunni #Zaidi #Houthi rebels #Oil Export
Why US airstrikes against Somali al Shebaab chief has sparked power struggle

Sep 04, 2014

Why US airstrikes against Somali al Shebaab chief has sparked power struggle

A US government source on Wednesday said it was looking into a tweet from what it believed was a legitimate al Shabaab account confirming the death. #Terrorism #US #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #Africa #Somalia #Airstrikes #African Union #al Shabaab #Muhajir #AMISOM #Abu Mansour #Aden Hashi Ayro #Westgate mall attacks #Ahmed Godane #Islamist Militancy
France to combat pirates with armed security guards on its ships

Dec 04, 2013

France to combat pirates with armed security guards on its ships

France is one of the main contributors to an international naval force that patrols the Gulf of Aden and the northwestern Indian Ocean to foil pirate attacks launched from Somalia. #France #Somalia #Gulf of Aden #Indian Ocean #Armed guards #pirates #ships #naval force
160 sea pirates languishing in Indian prisons: Navy

Dec 03, 2013

160 sea pirates languishing in Indian prisons: Navy

Some 160 sea pirates, arrested by the Indian Navy in the Gulf of Aden, were languishing in Indian prisons as the governments of their native countries were not ready to take them back, a senior naval officer said on Monday. #Chennai #Indian Navy #Gulf of Aden #Kenya #Seychelles #pirates #Amar K Mahadevan #Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor
India-China maritime rivalry not inevitable: NSA

Mar 04, 2013

India-China maritime rivalry not inevitable: NSA

India-China maritime rivalry is 'not inevitable' as both the countries have a common interest in keeping the sea lines of communication open for their trade and energy flows, National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon said in New Delhi on Monday. #NewsTracker #Gulf of Aden #Shivshankar Menon #NSA

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India-China maritime rivalry not inevitable: NSA

Sep 02, 2014

Marines, Navy sailors survive helicopter crash

A marine helicopter crashed in the Gulf of Aden, off Africa’s east coast, on Monday — but all 25 people on board survived, the Navy said...
India-China maritime rivalry not inevitable: NSA

Sep 07, 2014

Steve Cotterills industry inspires Bristol City to fly high

On a weekend without Premier League distractions, Bristol City deserved their top billing and climbed to second in League One League One season preview 2014-15 For a day League One was the greatest league in England if not in Richard Scudamores world... #Steve Cotterill #Scunthorpe United #Peterborough United #Gary McSheffrey #League One #Bristol City FC
India-China maritime rivalry not inevitable: NSA

Sep 01, 2014

25 Survive Marine Helicopter Crash at Sea

No one was killed Monday when a Marine Corps Super Stallion helicopter with 25 sailors and Marines aboard crashed at sea.,No one was killed Monday when a U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter with 25 sailors and Marines aboard crashed Mo... #Steve Cotterill #Scunthorpe United #Peterborough United #Gary McSheffrey #League One #Bristol City FC