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From the News Desk: Britain on alert as a WTO-terms Brexit looms

This week: The United Kingdom government warns the shipping industry and those around it that they must be ready in the event of a WTO-terms Brexit, Iran appears to be thawing to the idea of releasing the oil tanker it impounded after the release of the Iranian tanker seized by British Royal Marines and container lines try to clamp down on misdeclared cargoes

International Casualty

International co-operation needed to tackle Gulf of Guinea piracy

Call comes after the abduction of 17 seafarers in the Gulf of Guinea

BIMCO Safety

Pirates shoot at LPG carrier off Nigeria

The crew on the Wisdom Marine vessel retreated to the citadel and the master took evasive action

Middle East and Africa Piracy and Security

Viewpoint: The happy seafarer

A new index measuring the happiness of seafarers is a welcome innovation, even if happiness is a relative yardstick

International Crewing

Stena chief seeks diplomatic support as concerns grow for 23 detained crew

Stena Bulk chief executive Erik Hanell has spent the past month trying every possible avenue open to secure the release of Stena Impero’s 23 crew being held in Iran. He talks to Lloyd’s List about the diplomacy under way, known and unknown, as concern grows for the welfare of the men who have been confined to their vessel for 26 days at the centre of an international diplomatic stand-off

Iran Tankers and Gas

Seafarers to receive extra payments if attacked in Strait of Hormuz

While the attacks have thus far only affected tankers, the IBF said it wanted to show leadership and prompt action to reflect the concerns of the seafarers transiting the region

Middle East and Africa Containers
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