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Maputo :: Mozambique | over 3 years ago

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Commonwealth Assists 136,000 Sq Km of Additional Seabed 20 July 2010 Mozambique has lodged a submission with the United Nations (UN) to secure access to additional areas of seabed under the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. The making of the

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Anchorage :: AK :: USA | almost 4 years ago

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Area archaeologists have not seen major impacts from the BP oil spill on old shipwreck sites in local waters. But the 21st century's largest man-made disaster has affected the University of West Florida archaeology students in one way: It stopped the

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Bairiki :: Kiribati | almost 4 years ago

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Thirty-three lives could have been saved if a Kiribati ferry had carried an emergency beacon and distress flares, according to a New Zealand report into the disaster, in which 35 people died last year...About 52 people, including crew, were on the

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Washington :: DC :: USA | almost 4 years ago

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Members of Congress are zeroing in on maritime laws dating back 159 years in an effort to try to get more compensation for the survivors of those killed in the April 20 oil rig explosion. Supporters of the measures winding their way through Congress

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Mumbai :: India | almost 4 years ago

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The women namely Batnu , 81, wife of late Roua @ Vala said due to the blockades prices of essential commodities soared up to such a high that they really could not make their ends with the meager income that her daughter who live with her earns daily.

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Manila :: Philippines | almost 4 years ago

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ITF seafarers section assistant secretary John Bainbridge said the new rest regulations gives employers too much flexibility in the application of minimum rest hours for seafarers, exposing crew to the risks of fatigue. International Labor

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New York City :: NY :: USA | almost 4 years ago

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Lawmakers in Washington are fixed on the legal and financial fallout of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on BP and firms like Transocean , the operator of the Deepwater Horizon rig that sank in April. Elizabeth Sanchez Stevens, left, died in an

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

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Coast Guard continued its probe into the grounding of a whale watch boat Saturday in Boston Harbor, a salvage worker who surveyed the Massachusetts said the vessel suffered severe damage in the collision...Boston, said the crash shattered the

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

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Underwriters from London's marine insurance market are looking at how to comply with fresh sanctions being imposed on Iran, a senior Lloyd's Market Association (LMA) official said. Iran, the world's fifth-largest crude oil exporter, depends on its

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Suva :: Fiji Islands | almost 4 years ago

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Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd chief executive officer Waqa Bauleka confirmed this, as the company gave an ultimatum to 10 owners of dilapidated vessels abandoned in the harbour 21 days to remove their vessels. He said 10 notices had been issued on

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