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Blazing NITC tanker Sanchi sinks but pollution risks thought to be limited

Update: ITOPF says pollution from condensates cargo and bunker fuel likely to be on the low side, but 29 missing crew presumed dead as Iranian president Rouhani offers condolences and orders investigation

Asia Pacific Casualty

How much of a threat is Yemen to international shipping?

As disruption related to the war persists, motivations for piracy attacks remain ambiguous and solutions elusive

Middle East and Africa Yemen

Five seafarers hurt in lifeboat drill, RMT claims

P&O Cruises confirms 'incident'

Europe Safety

Greek authorities make arrests and probe ship with explosives headed to Libya

Crew of eight and Greek-owned vessel held after illegal shipment found

Europe Greece

EU must recognise UK tickets after Brexit, British shipping bodies urge

Chamber of Shipping and Nautilus seek assurances on standing of seafarer qualifications

EU United Kingdom

PSA launches port simulation laboratory with Singapore polytechnic

Move aims to help prepare prospective ports management professionals to handle the next generation of smart container terminals

Asia Pacific Singapore

Thirty-two tanker crew missing after vessel collision off Shanghai

Twenty-one crew of bulker carrier reported as safe

Asia Pacific Casualty

IMO ramps up seafarer shore leave rights

New provision mandates that shore leave be granted regardless of the vessel’s flag state

International Crewing

In which we trust

Hacking risks over vessel stability and structural stresses, along with concerns about external interference, are issues that will be with ship operators for a long time yet
International Crewing
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