Royal Navy warship HMS Bangor returned home to Faslane today following 120 days of non-stop action supporting NATO operations off the coast of Libya.
Royal Navy warship HMS Liverpool returned home to Portsmouth today following more than seven months working as part of NATO operations off the coast of Libya.
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HMS Liverpool arrives home from Libya mission
A boarding team from HMS Somerset has liberated a large fishing dhow, which had been taken over by a group of armed Somalis a few days earlier, over 100 miles (160km) off the coast of Somalia.
Royal Navy frees fishermen from suspected Somali pirates
Attack helicopter ships from the British and French navies have met up off the coast of Libya in a practical demonstration of the UK-French Defence Co-operation Treaty.
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UK and French ships rendezvous off Libyan coast
Royal Navy minehunter HMS Bangor has been stationed off the coast of Libya for the last two months, ensuring that vital humanitarian aid reaches the Libyan people.
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HMS Bangor continues work off Libya
Lucrative criminal industries on the coast of Sierra Leone are being smashed by the country’s burgeoning army, thanks to support from British personnel. Report by Joe Clapson.
Having arrived off the coast of Libya this weekend, HMS Sutherland has already conducted a boarding operation under the auspices of UN Security Council Resolutions 1970 and 1973.
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HMS Sutherland begins boarding operations off Libya
HMS Liverpool has been in action off the coast of Libya this weekend where she intercepted three rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) suspected of belonging to the Colonel Gaddafi regime.
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HMS Liverpool fires on Gaddafi boats