- Piracy incidents increasing, shifting eastward into the Indian Ocean. // East-Asia-Intel Reports;3/2/2011, p6
The article offers information on increasing piracy in the Indian Ocean. It states that the pirates are shifting towards eastern part of the world due to international counter-piracy efforts being made by the nations. It also mentions the contribution of China to remove piracy in the Gulf of...
- Crime on the High Seas. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;10/14/2011, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p4
A quiz about the number of pirate crimes around the world is presented.
- Know the News. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;10/14/2011, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p4
A quiz about an article on the pirate Blackbeard in the October 14, 2011 issue of "Weekly Reader" is presented.
- Celebrating all things jolly and Roger-ly. Clubb, Shawn // Granite City Press-Record;9/21/2011, Vol. 53 Issue 73, pB1
A trivia quiz about pirates is presented.
- Pirate attacks off Gulf of Guinea have almost doubled. // African Business News;6/19/2013, p23
The article reveals that pirate attacks off West Africa's Gulf of Guinea have almost doubled in 2013 compared to the previous year.
- The Real Pirate Code. Roberts, Bartholomew "Black Bart" // Ask;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p26
The article discusses the rules included in the code of the pirate Bartholomew Roberts.
- The Pirate Primer. Pelton, Robert Young // National Geographic Adventure;Sep2006, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p34
The article presents information on sea pirates. According to the author, piracy can be divided into two categories, commercial and private. It is reported that piracy has been recorded in all of the world's oceans but the majority of incidents occur in traditional danger zones such as...
- Amateurish Foot Soldiers Belie Sophisticated Piracy Networks. Axe, David // WPR Subset;5/6/2009, p1
The article reports that Somali pirates were apprehended by the crew of the French naval vessel, "Nivose" in the Gulf of Aden. It notes that the incident points to the poor training of Somali pirates despite claims that they are being supported by sophisticated criminal networks. The article...
- MODERN-DAY PIRATES. // Pacific Yachting;Jan2009, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p21
The article reports that the Gulf of Aden which runs between Yemen and Somalia was considered the pirate capital of the world. It is claimed that over 97 ships were being attacked in 2008, 40 of which were actually hijacked. A supertanker which carries $100 million worth of crude oil was...