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The seafarers’ union says the detention without charge of the Wakashio’s crew in Mauritius highlights the persistent problem of governments scapegoating seafarers after big casualties
IMO knocks back proposal to speed up casualty investigations, behind the scenes of the Lloyd’s Open Forum dispute, and how to train seafarers for a changing future
Lack of cargo temperature monitoring contributed to the 2019 explosion and fire on the chemical tanker Stolt Groenland, according to an investigation, which found operator Stolt Tankers should have reported an earlier chemical reaction incident on another of its ships
A Prokopiou-owned bulk carrier sustained heavy damage in a collision with a 15,000 teu containership in the Strait of Malacca. No injuries or pollution were reported, but photographs show an oil sheen on the water
The Ever Given is leaving the Suez Canal after its owners, insurers and the Suez Canal Authority signed a deal for its release after a lengthy court row over compensation for the salvage costs
The UK P&I Club says it has reached an agreement in principle which will lead to the release of Ever Given from the Suez Canal where it has been held since March when its grounding caused a six-day shutdown of the key waterway
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