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Safety

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Over half of vessels scrapped in the third quarter ended up at South Asian yards

NGO Shipbreaking Platform slams European owners for scrapping at 'unsafe' yards on the Indian subcontinent

Asia Pacific India

Port and flag states 'must be held accountable for seafarer abandonment'

Repatriating crew should be a long-term priority for the International Maritime Organization and the International Labour Organization

International Crewing

Bulker grounding raises Ecdis misuse concerns

Ignored grounding warning was one of 3,000 warnings on navigation computer

Europe United Kingdom

Nickel ore in the spotlight again as bulker capsizes

Warnings around cargo liquefaction repeated after unexplained loss of vessel

Asia Pacific Indonesia

UK seafarer charities underspent during recession

Seafarers will require greater assistance with mental health issues over the next two decades, report warns

Crewing Marine

IMB flags concern over pirate attacks in the Gulf of Guinea and Southeast Asia

As Somalias coast falls quiet again, the report is a reminder of other piracy-afflicted areas around the world

Asia Pacific Middle East and Africa

Philippine customs bureau eases cargo inspection rules amid port congestion

Move comes after reports of longer truck queues at port X-ray security check gateways

Asia Pacific Philippines

Ten Emerald Star crew members still missing

Japanese and Philippine coast guards continue search and rescue operations

Asia Pacific Japan

Up to 14 seafarers missing after Emerald Star sinks with Indonesian nickel ore cargo

Call for prompt investigation into latest alleged liquefaction loss

Asia Pacific Indonesia
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