Gulf of Guinea Sees Piracy Drop as Oil Price Deters LootersBy
Commission warns that crude rebound may lead to more attacks
Reported incidents on vessels dropped by about third in 2015
Piracy in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea has declined as the price of oil plunged to the lowest level since 2002.
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