ST Marseille had no cargo on board at the time of the attack, and the pirates eventually gave up and departed. The crew are unharmed and are all accounted for.
nations including Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Australia in a coordinated strategy of squeezing the pariah regime in Pyongyang by targetting ships on the high seas or in the territorial waters of the participating nations.
Video from the scene shows a large rockpile blocking the waterway, with more loose sediment cascading down. Authorities expect that it will take two weeks to remove the debris.
Texas. The Master of the vessel has also been convicted and was sentenced to six months in jail. Sea World Management & Trading and Edmon Fajardo pleaded guilty to two felony violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from
to anchor in the Singapore Strait after being arrested for violating shipping laws. The crew of 8 were arrested, so it is understood the tanker was unmanned and unwatched when taken.
a more viable option for transporting cargoes from between Europe and Asia.
Namibia, a joint venture between the government of Namibia and De Beers, first announced a feasibility study for the offshore vessel last year.
once the worlds largest offshore driller by market value, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with debt and liabilities of over $10 billion last September after a sharp drop in oil prices in 2014 cut demand for rigs.
city was opened in 1863 by firms such as Jardine Matheson to accommodate sailors when Hong Kong. But in a few months, the building will be completely demolished and rebuilt. The redevelopment will ensure the mission is self-sustaining
Liverpool Seafarers Centre. The Port of Liverpool introduced a voluntary levy in October 2017 in line with the recommendations of MLC 2006, but some are unwilling to pay up.
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