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Lecturer, Law at Deakin University The 153 intercepted asylum seekers are reportedly being detained at sea aboard the ACV Ocean Protector, pictured here in Hobart. Flickr/Grahame Bowland , CC BY-SA Lawyers for 153 Sri Lankan asylum seekers on a boat
Philippines China's new territorial law could mean disaster if it is implemented in the encompassed territories in the nation's nine-dash line. Defense analyst Rommel Banlaoi said that if China chooses to implement their new law in their claimed
Ads by Google The head of the Liberian Maritime Authority Mr. Binyan Kessely told the New Dawn in an interview Tuesday that the oil tanker MT Fair Artemis was reported missing while he was attending a Maritime meeting in the Ghanaian capital Accra.
The navies of Ghana, Nigeria and Togo are conducting search operations for a Liberian-flagged oil tanker that disappeared off the coast of Ghana last week. "Initial reports said the ship was in Ghanaian waters; other reports said in Togolese waters,"
PhilippinesIn the face of China's recent aggressive actions against the country, a group of party-list lawmakers has asked the Supreme Court to immediately resolve a six-year-old petition seeking to declare as unconstitutional a 2008 agreement that
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Taipei, May 19 (CNA) A senior defense official said Monday Taiwan will never allow mainland China 's military vessels to sail through its territorial waters. Andrew Hsia, deputy defense minister, told legislators that the Ministry of National Defense
The Daily Star China is now facing challenges to its maritime claims. The Philippines has just filed a lawsuit to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea against China over a dispute concerning its fishing rights in the South China Sea.
Saudi Arabia deported 65 Egyptian fishermen who were arrested on board two Egyptian fishing boats two months ago for fishing in its territorial waters without authorization. The fishermen were released after a 50-day detention in the Kingdom for
Cairo Saudi Arabia released on Sunday 35 Egyptian fishermen who were arrested 37 days ago for violating its territorial waters. "The decision to release the fishermen came after I paid a fine of 15 thousand riyals to the Saudi authorities," Mohammed