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U.S. Coast Guard Urges More Malacca Strait Patrols

The U.S. Coast Guard urged Southeast Asian nations Friday to step up coordinated patrols in Malacca Strait, joining a chorus of concerns over the recent increase in piracy in one of the world’s busiest sea lanes. Vice-Admiral Terry Cross, deputy chief of the Coast Guard, said Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore — the three nations policing the strait — needed better coordination in their patrols. Full Story

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