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CNN | 17 Aug 2016

Malaysian oil tanker hijacked, taken into Indonesian waters

(CNN)A Malaysian oil tanker has been hijacked and taken into Indonesian waters, Malaysian authorities said Wednesday. The MT Vier Harmoni was carrying about about 240,000 gallons...

The Guardian | 15 Aug 2016

Two-century-old shipwreck to emerge from sea at Devon beach

Most likely the remains of the Sally, which ran aground with its cargo of port in 1769, the wreck will be visible at low tide...

Maritime News

India, US sign logistic exchange pact boosting defence ties

India and the US today signed an important agreement that will make the two nations logistical allies and enable both the militaries to use each other's assets and bases for repair and replenishment of supplies. Welcoming the signing of the bilateral...

Deccan Herald 2016-08-30

Govt reveals foreign fishing vessels’ tricks to deceive officials

The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has exposed three commonly used methods by foreign-flagged ships to deceive officials and keep fishing illegally in the country’s waters. The tricks were discovered during an inspection in...

The Jakarta Post 2016-08-30

Draft law toughens fines for maritime pollution

NPC considers amendment that eliminates the ceiling on fines, requires ecological development China is considering imposing harsher penalties on maritime polluters and removing the upper limit of fines in a move to more effectively protect the marine...

China Daily 2016-08-30

Australia says tribunal has no jurisdiction in maritime border row with East Timor

East Timor, one of the world's most impoverished nations, is seeking to draw a border midway between the two countries that would give it more of the sea bed than under current agreements with its wealthy neighbour to the south East Timor on Monday...

Topix 2016-08-30

East Timor, Australia open talks on maritime border dispute

In this March 24, 2016 file photo, a protester holds a poster during a rally outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia as dozens of people show their support to East Timor in the dispute over oil and gas revenue-sharing between the two...

Topix 2016-08-30

In key step toward stronger defense ties, U.S., India ink military logistics agreement

The United States and India signed an agreement Monday governing the use of each other’s land, air and naval bases for repair and resupply, a step toward building defense ties as they seek to counter the growing maritime assertiveness of China....

Japan Times 2016-08-30

India, US sign important agreement to share military assets, bases

--> Tue, 30 Aug 2016-10:10am , PTI 'Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement facilitates the provision of logistical support, supplies, and services between the US and Indian militaries on a reimbursable basis, and provides a framework to govern...

DNA India 2016-08-30

JSC "Rigas kugu buvetava" informs about active working

Thanks to having invested nearly €2m in its business last year and coming out as the successful bidder in several shipbuilding tenders, the JSCRigas kugu buvetava” (Riga Shipyard) has been able to achieve a profit of up to €0.97m. ‘This is a good...

Nasdaq Globe Newswire 2016-08-30

JSC "Rigas kugu buvetava" informs about active working (Rigas Kugu Buvetava AS)

(Source: Rigas Kugu Buvetava AS) Rigas kugu buvetava Company Announcement JSC 'Rigas kugu buvetava' informs about active working Thanks to having invested nearly €2m in its business last year and coming out as the successful bidder in several...

Public Technologies 2016-08-30

Obama to meet Philippines President Duterte, raise human rights issues

Human rights concerns will be on the agenda when US President Barack Obama meets controversial Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte for the first time next week. The two leaders will talk on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in...

The Oklahoman 2016-08-30

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