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Drop in armed robbery and piracy incidents in Asia during Q1

Seatrade Maritime News 19 Apr 2021
... the ReCAAP ISC urges the law enforcement agencies to continue to enhance surveillance, increase patrols and respond promptly to incidents reported by ships and to make more arrests,” ReCAAP said.
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NCB seizes 340 kg heroin concealed in Lankan fishing boat; 5 arrested in Kochi

Hindustan Times 19 Apr 2021
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Monday seized nearly 340 kg of heroin from a Sri Lankan shipping boat and arrested five people for drug trafficking in Kochi, people familiar with the matter said ... Investigations into this haul had led to the arrest of two Sri Lankan nationals, believed to be kingpins of a drug syndicate, from Chennai.
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Officials admit ‘shortcomings’ in law that let FedEx shooter buy guns

New York Post 19 Apr 2021
More On.. mass shootings. Shooting in Louisiana injures six as gunmen fire into crowd. cops ... Hole, who killed eight people last week at the shipping facility, was arrested last March after his mother called 911 saying he had a brand new shotgun and had expressed a desire to commit suicide by cop.  ... Getty Images ... .
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Retired Omaha doctor learns how he escaped the Holocaust, a story told in new book

Omaha World-Herald 19 Apr 2021
His brothers were shipped to Auschwitz at the end of September 1942, when Jewish orphans older than 5 were arrested and deported ... troops prepare to embark a landing craft, which will take them out to a larger ship lying off the coast, June 5, 1944, at a port in England.
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Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority denies media reports on reasons of EVER GIVEN accident

Egypt Today 18 Apr 2021
... a human error caused by the captain of the ship ... Recently, an economic court in Ismailia governorate issued a decision to officially arrest the ship until paying the compensation ... Both the operator and the insurance club confirmed that the ship was arrested on April 13, 2021.
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The operators of the Ever Given may be forced to unload its 18,000 cargo containers ...

Business Insider 18 Apr 2021
The Ever Given, a Panama-flagged cargo ship, is seen in the Suez Canal in Egypt, on March 27, 2021. Photo by Samuel Mohsen/picture alliance via Getty Images The operators of the Ever Given might move its containers onto other ships, according to a report. The ship is unable to ...
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Suez Canal officials allow 2 of the 25 Indian crew on ‘Ever Given’ to leave

Business Line 17 Apr 2021
The Suez Canal Authority, the operator of the key waterway that was the focus of global attention last month in the wake of the grounding of a huge container ship, has permitted two of the arrested ship’s crew members to leave the vessel for their country due to urgent personal ...
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T'gana: Ever Given manager helping 2 seafarers get home

The Times of India 17 Apr 2021
Two seafarers of 25-member Indian crew have been allowed to leave the container ship ‘’ by the (SCA) ... The National Shipping Board and NSUI raised concerns over the safety of Indian seafarers, especially after the container ship was ‘arrested’ by the SCA on April 13.
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Ever Given manager helping 2 seafarers get home

The Times of India 17 Apr 2021
Two seafarers of 25-member Indian crew have been allowed to leave the container ship ‘’ by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) ... The National Shipping Board and NSUI raised concerns over the safety of Indian seafarers, especially after the container ship was ‘arrested’ by the SCA on April 13.
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Two Indian crew members of 'Ever Given' to leave ship, return to India

The Times of India 16 Apr 2021
The authorities granted permission based on the recommendation of the ship owner which reportedly informed that the two seafarers had some personal emergency back home ... Concerns were expressed for the 25 Indian seafarers on board the giant ship, especially after the container ship was arrested by the SCA on April 13.
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Egypt allows two members of Ever Given crew to leave country for emergency personal issues

Egypt Today 15 Apr 2021
He affirmed that the investigations into the accident of grounding of the arrested EVER GIVEN ship, are still ongoing, in parallel with the continuation of negotiations with the shipowner and an insurance club to reach an agreement regarding 916 million claims in compensation.
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Why Egypt seized cargo ship that blocked Suez Canal

Business Day Online 15 Apr 2021
Egyptian authorities have seized the container ship that blocked the Suez Canal last month in an effort to get over $900 million in compensation for the weeklong shutdown of the waterway ... The court order for the seizure claimed the ship’s owners failed to pay $900 million, according to Egyptian state media.
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Fayetteville woman accused of defrauding governments, businesses of more than $3 million

Fayetteville Observer 15 Apr 2021
A Fayetteville woman was arrested by federal marshals last week and charged in a scheme that defrauded the Department of Defense, state of North Carolina and private businesses, among others, of more than $3 million. Stephanie Dianna Elliott, 46, was arrested April 6 on dozens of federal counts of wire fraud and money laundering.
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'EverGreen' wants Suez Canal Authority to treat arrested ‘Ever Given’ and cargo on board separately

The Times of India 15 Apr 2021
With EverGreen’s chartered vessel ‘Ever Given’ ‘arrested’ by the , the Marine Corporation has said that in order to lift the arrest order as soon as possible, it was urging all concerned parties to facilitate a settlement agreement to be reached ... It may be mentioned here that the giant ship ‘Ever Given’ went aground in the Suez Canal on March 23.
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Google Earth adds time lapse video to depict climate change

Caledonian Record 15 Apr 2021
SAN RAMON, Calif ... The tool unveiled Thursday is rolling out in what is being billed as the biggest update to Google Earth in five years ... Cornell University climate scientist Natalie Mahowald believes that mission may be accomplished ... Lawmakers in tourism-reliant states push back on CDC's cruise ship ban. Father and son arrested in 1996 cold case ... ——.
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