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Piracy and sea robbery in the Southeast Asian region is expected to rise in the second half of the year due to increased economic hardship, says study
Ukraine announced its intentions to seize Russian vessels undergoing repairs at the shipyard back in April. Crew members say they are still being held on board
A shipment of grain is expected to leave Chornomorsk on Friday. However, the political test run comes ahead of crucial details yet to be agreed. Until standard operating procedures are nailed down, the rapid ramping-up of grain exports will be slow to follow
Release of seized Greek tankers hangs in the balance | Ukraine grain corridor readies first shipments | Oaktree awaits Court of Appeal verdict | Shipmanagers consider regulatory challenges
US and European Union warships helped an elderly ro-ro in heavy seas off Puntland after the vessel, Anatolian, spent nearly a week dead in the water
There were 27 incidents of armed robbery reported in the Singapore Strait in the first half of the year
Violence against crews continues, with 23 seafarers taken hostage and a further five threatened in the first half of 2022
Despite Brexit, stipulations will in practice apply to the eight P&I clubs based in Britain, who make up the majority of the 13 IG affiliates
The cross-currents of international affairs largely work in the industry’s favour right now. But spare a thought for those at the sharp end, including Ukrainians and the 49 seafarers held hostage by Iran
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