Customs say boat was carrying 17-18 illegal immigrants from mainland China
- Ferry casualty near Dhaka claims at least 68 lives
- Ship capsizes off Macao leaving 17 crew missing
- 11 crew missing after their cargoship collided with MOL boxship
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IMO told to ‘hurry up’ by Intercargo chairman while London Greek body blasts...Seventeen crew missing after bulk carrier...
Car carrier towed back to Southampton in three-hour operationA bleak new year
Class society boss calls for findings to be shared freely in order to reduce fatalities and ship lossesClassNK’s MOL Comfort report 'brings nothing new'
Cause of fire is still unclear, but the possibility of it starting on a lorry or car remains high
Sulphur rules a headache for owners
Arrival of new sulphur emission regulations at the start of the year has been anything but simple
ReCAAP study shows robbers could have insider information on victim ships in most cases
- Oil siphoning piracy increasingly looks like an inside job
- Robbers siphoned fuel cargo from Orapin 4
- IMB warns small tankers to be vigilant against South China Sea pirate attacks
Vessel to return to Southampton when upright for cargo to be removed and assessed
US and Greece condemn strike by Libyan jet that killed two crewmen
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