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'Containergeddon' drives sugar, rice shippers back to bulk vessels

The Economic Times 25 Oct 2021
Commodities such as refined sugar, coffee, rice, cotton and cocoa have moved from dry bulk vessels to containers in the past since the large boxes were more practical and offered good quality control ... .
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Coast Guard seizes Chinese boat for fishing in South Korea's EEZ without permit

Korea Times 24 Oct 2021
The 272-ton vessel carrying 11 crew members is suspected of ... The vessel is also alleged to have attempted to flee despite the Coast Guard's repeated calls to stop moving.
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Never stray from the 'cone of calm'

Kingsport Times-News 24 Oct 2021
Editor’s Note. Local pastors partner with us to bring a message of hope and comfort to readers twice a week. Look for it on Sundays and Wednesdays ... But it is always there to some degree ... It’s the place some have called “The Cone of Calm” — that area of smooth ripple-free water just behind a forward-moving vessel, in this case a Mother Goose ... ....
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Ancient Crusader Battle Campsite Discovered in Israel Is a First

Ancient Origins 23 Oct 2021
A highways expansion project in the Tzipori Springs area in Galilee in Israel has uncovered fascinating evidence of a 12th-century Crusader battle camp ... (photo credit ... Source ... Photo credit ... This includes cooking vessels. This probably meant that such equipment was packed up and moved back to the castles and permanent settlements once camp broke up ... 2021.
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Malta: Human Rights Commissioner Urges “Immediate Action” to Improve Detention Conditions, Asylum Seekers Detained at Sea Sue Government, Interior Minister Calls for Strengthened Cooperation with Libya

Reliefweb 22 Oct 2021
On 6 June 2020, 37 days after the deployment of the first chartered vessel Europa II, 425 detainees were allowed to disembark and placed in detention onshore ... 52 asylum seekers recently sued Malta for sending a private fishing vessel to rescue them and then push them back to Libya in 2020.
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PH protests 'provocative acts' of Chinese gov't vessels in country's waters

Manila Bulletin 21 Oct 2021
... of sirens, and blowing of horns” conducted by Chinese government vessels ... ordered the DFA to protest over the continued presence of at least 150 Chinese vessels moving around from “one spot to another” in the West Philippine Sea, particularly in Iroquois Reef.
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PH lodges 211 diplomatic protests vs China over WPS issues — DFA

Manila Bulletin 21 Oct 2021
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) drove away seven more foreign fishing vessels ... ordered the DFA to protest China’s continued presence of at least 150 Chinese vessels moving around from “one spot to another” in the West Philippine Sea, particularly in Iroquois Reef.
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Innovative breast-cancer treatment uses anesthesia of nervous system around tumor

Cleveland Jewish News 21 Oct 2021
“Tumors stimulate increased formation of new blood vessels around them so that they receive oxygen and nutrients, but the structure of these blood vessels is damaged and contains nano-sized holes that enable penetration of nanoparticles.
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IMO’s Emissions Benchmarks Too Slow to Enforce Change says RightShip

The Maritime Executive 20 Oct 2021
Based on the recent analysis, RightShip says that the IMO, “fails to account for potential GHG savings through mandated design minimums.” For existing vessels to meet the EEXI, RightShip says the IMO will be relying almost entirely on overridable engine power limitations, such as running vessels at a slower speed.
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Record two-ton shipment of pure cocaine seized by Senegal’s Navy after smugglers caught off country’s coast

Russia Today 20 Oct 2021
It is the latest seizure of cocaine by an African nation, following Senegal’s neighbor Gambia busting an attempt to move around three tons of cocaine in January and Morocco halting a container vessel on Monday that contained a shipment of one ton and 335 kilos of the narcotic.
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Yemen suffering from ‘systematic looting’ of oil wealth by Saudi-led coalition mercenaries: Yemen Petroleum Company

Press TV 20 Oct 2021
On Tuesday, a Yemeni official reported that the Sea Scout vessel arrived at Bir Ali port of the southern province of Shabwah ... This comes as Saudi Arabia continues to seize vessels carrying diesel and fuel for the Yemeni people, the move which Sana’a has condemned as an act of piracy.
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WW2 ghost ships raised from the ocean by volcanic tremors

Metro UK 20 Oct 2021
The remains of the WW2 vessels on the shore at Iwo Jima (ANNnewsCH) ... Now satellite images have shown the ghostly remains of the 24 transport vessels washed up on the shore ... During the war, the Japanese moved the transport vessels to form a breakwater – protecting the harbour from waves – in order to shield other boats unloading troops or weapons ... ....
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What one should know about breast reconstruction

New Albany Gazette 20 Oct 2021
With a pedicled flap, the tissue and attached blood vessels are moved together through the body to the breast area. Because the blood supply to the tissue used for reconstruction is left intact, blood vessels do not need to be reconnected once the tissue is moved.With free flaps, the tissue is cut free from its blood supply.
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Pacific Transit Times for Containers Doubled in Past Six Months

The Maritime Executive 19 Oct 2021
The ports of Seattle and Tacoma are also increasing their hours and opening on Saturdays to move containers, while ports such as Oakland are seeing a resurgence in vessel traffic ... For the first time, 100 vessels (all types) are waiting to enter the Southern California ports.
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Japanese ghost ships that were sunk by the US during WWII at Battle of Iwo ...

The Daily Mail 19 Oct 2021
Twenty-four Japanese transport vessels were captured by the U.S. Navy in the latter part of the war and they were moved to the western part of Iwo Jima to form a port, according to The Telegraph. The remaining hulks are what is left of the ships, brought to the island as it had no port facilities at the time ... File phot ... military in 1968 ... .

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