Drones could help tackle maritime terrorists as UN warns of ‘major’ threat in Africa

Drones maritime terrorism

Drones could help countries respond to maritime terrorists as the UN warns of a growing number of extremist groups gaining access to nations via sea routes in Africa.

Rocco Messina, head of border security management at the UN Counter-terrorism Centre, has said that terrorist groups are now carrying out attacks in African ports and that security is “critical”.

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