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The Gulf of Guinea: A Haven of Operations for Pirates

By TVC News Nigeria
08 December 2019   |   1:15 pm
The Gulf of Guinea is one of the most dangerous in the world because of widespread cases of piracy affecting a number of countries in West Africa and the larger international community.

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