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Minister: Aquarius migrant ship cannot dock in French port
France is not ready for now to let the Mediterranean rescue ship Aquarius dock and disembark dozens of migrants at the port of Marseille, France’s finance minister said on Tuesday.
Rescue ship allowed to disembark in Sicily
Migrants trapped on a ship in a Sicilian port for six days were allowed to disembark, bringing a standoff between the Italian government and other European states to an end.
Job fears as Japanese bid to build Royal Navy support ships
Fears are mounting that a billion-pound contract to build a new fleet of ships for the Royal Navy could go to a Japanese company.
Malta detains second charity ship as death toll at sea rises
For the second time in a week, Malta has detained a humanitarian vessel that normally rescues boat refugees off the coast of Libya, where two shipwrecks have claimed the lives of as many as 200 people in recent days.
Rescue ships dock in Spain as migrant debate roils Europe
Ships in the Aquarius aid convoy docked Sunday at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for hundreds of people who were rescued from the perilous Mediterranean only to become the latest pawn in Europe's battle over immigration.
Caspian countries change principle of controlling ships
Caspian littoral states have decided to establish a unified regime for state control of ships in ports by analogy with the Black and Mediterranean seas, the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan said in a message on Monday.
South Korea seizes second ship suspected of providing oil to North Korea
South Korean authorities have seized a Panama-flagged vessel suspected of transferring oil products to North Korea in violation of international sanctions, a customs official said on Sunday.
Second Indian ship with wheat for Afghanistan docks in Iran
Iran announced that a second ship with a major wheat consignment for Afghanistan arrived in the southeastern port of Chabahar which is gradually emerging as a key transit point in a corridor bypassing Pakistan.
2nd Indian ship with wheat for Afghans docks in Iran
Iran said a second ship with a major wheat cargo for Afghanistan has arrived in a southeastern port which is gradually emerging as a key transit point in a corridor that bypasses Pakistan.
Akhoundi asks Moscow to allow Iranian ships in Russian waters
Iran's Roads and Urban Development Minister Abbas Akhoundi underlined the need to activate the International North-South Corridor in the eastern and western parts of the Caspian Sea and asked Moscow to facilitate the issuance of permits for Iranian vessels to ply in Russian waters.
New Korean ships to help renovate Iran’s freighter fleet
The ten container ship Iran has purchased from South Korea will bring the average age of the country's fleet of cargo ships down by four years, an official announced.
Ship carrying aid for persecuted Rohingya Muslims attacked in Myanmar
An attack on an aid shipment in Myanmar's violence-hit state of Rakhine has hampered desperately needed relief efforts for Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution.
Rogue wave could have downed El Faro cargo ship
New research suggested the ocean conditions during Hurricane Joaquin could have produced a rogue wave capable of downing El Faro, a merchant vessel that sank just east of the Bahamas in 2015.
Iran preparing Chabahar port for container ships
Iran is preparing to receive container ships in its southeastern port of Chabahar.
Iran exports first homegrown catamaran to Turkey
Iran sold its first domestically-made catamaran ship to neighboring Turkey, the managing director of the Arvandan Shipbuilding Company, the manufacturer of the vessel, announced.

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